The Bamboo Fiber
Bamboo is a highly sustainable fiber from the Bamboo plant that primarily grows in tropical, sub-tropical, or temperate zones; places like Southeast Asia.
There are approximately 1000 species of bamboo, some growing 35 inches per day. Bamboo also grows very densely – its clumping nature enables a lot of it to be grown in a comparatively small area, easing pressure on land use.
Yields of bamboo of up to 50 ton per acre greatly exceed the yields of cotton at less than 1 ton per acre, growing quite heartily without the use of herbicides and pesticides.
And bamboo only needs rainfall, preserving vital water resources.