• Bamboo needs only sunlight and rainwater to grow. Therefore, no artificial watering is needed.
  • Bamboo you cut off from the trunk and then grow again. Thus, the roots remain in the soil. This ensures that the soil remains healthy and intact.
  • Bamboo does not need pesticides, insecticides or fertilizers to grow.
  • Bamboo can be harvested up to six times a year.


  • Cotton is the largest consumer of water compared to all other textiles. One pair of cotton pants already requires 7,000 to 15,000 liters of water.
  • Cotton production is responsible for using as much as 11% of all pesticides and 25% of all insecticides in the world.
  • Repeated cultivation depletes the soil to the point of causing soil erosion.
  • Cotton can only be harvested twice a year.


  • Bamboo absorbs on average five times more CO2 than the same amount of trees.
  • The bamboo we use is not eaten by the panda.
  • Some bamboo species can grow up to a meter a day.
  • There are several bamboo species that can grow more than 30 meters tall.
  • There are as many as 1,575 different bamboo species.