Americas Cotton Market: By Product Type (Organic Cotton, Conventional Cotton); By Botanical type (Levant, Upland, Tree, Extra-Long Staple); By Staple Length (Long, Medium, Short); By End-User (Textiles, Medical, Paper, Cosmetics & Others) & By Region - Forecast(2018 - 2023)

Report Code : AGR 0046 Format Type: PDF+ Excel Database

Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, or protective case, around the seeds of the cotton plants. Cotton is one of the most important commercial crop. It is one of the world’s leading agricultural pun into yarn or thread to make textiles. It can grow in tropical and sub-tropical regions. It requires less irrigation facility compared to other crops like Maize, Rice. The cotton fiber is almost pure cellulose. crops. It is plentiful and economically produced. Cotton is a pure cellulose fiber, most often sEconomic growth, Government policies, Climatic conditions, Price of synthetic fibres, oil prices are some of the key drivers for the cotton production during the period of study.

This report handles the Cotton market scene based on various parameters like, Product type, Botanical type, Staple length, end user industry. On the basis of product, this market is segmented into Organic, Conventional Cotton. On the basis of botanical, it is classified into Levant, Mexican, Tree, Extra Long staple cotton. On the basis of Staple length, it is segmented into Long, Medium, Short Staple cotton. And such as Textiles, Cotton seed oil, Paper, Medical, Cattle Feed, Rubber, Plastics and other applications. Americas Cotton market is forecasted to grow at a CAGR of XX% from 2018 to 2028.

The Americas Cotton market is also classified on the basis of geographical regions. United States is the biggest contributor to the Americas market revenue at $X m, while Brazil closely follows with revenue of $X m on account of rapidly expanding applications in the developing economies in the region. Argentina and Mexico are other leading players in this market.


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