When looking at the Cotton production by country, we try to analyze the production capacity of each country in terms of the bales produced annually. As one of the most used fibre in the world, cotton production can never be overemphasised. As for the cotton manufactures, cotton is precious as it is used in the textile industry. To encourage cotton growth in a number of countries, some governments have taken the initiative to offer farmers cotton subsidies to try and encourage them to grow more to sustain the ever growing cotton demand.
Among all the different cotton producing countries, USA is known for producing cotton of the highest quality. This is because they use high qualified seeds during cultivation and have a tendency of researching emphatically to try and improve production.
The following figures represent Cotton production by country in the year 2013:
10) Burkina Faso
Sitting in at number ten in our list of the most cotton producing countries in the world is Burkina Faso with an annual production capacity of about 1.2 million bales. Consider as the heart and hope of Burkina Faso, Cotton production in Burkina Faso has transformed many lives.
Agriculture contributes up to 20.9% of Turkmenistan GDP hence making it a significant part of the economy. Cotton production is high with an annual production capacity of about 1.6 million bales. The government offers farmers with cotton subsidies in order to support production.
With the great awareness about organic cotton production, Turkey has become one of the top cotton producers in the world with an annual production capacity of 2.6 million bales.
With an annual production capacity of 4.5 million bales, Uzbekistan comes in seventh in our list of the top producers of cotton in the world. These production capacities have encouraged the emergence of cotton manufactures who try to take advantage of the production numbers.
Australia comes in at number six in our list and boasts of having a production capacity of about 4.6 million bales in a year.
Brazil takes the fifth position with a production capacity of about 5.8 million bales per year. Western Bahia region is the leading producer of cotton accounting for more than 30% of the total cotton produced in Brazil.
With plenty of support coming from the government in terms of cotton subsidies, Pakistan comes in fourth with a production capacity of 9.3 million bales.
3) United States
Cotton Production in the US is considered a very important activity and this could explain why it ranks as the third highest cotton producer in the world with a production capacity of 17.3 million bales.
India comes in second with an annual production capacity of about 26.5 million bales.
At the top of our list of the top ten most cotton producing countries in the world is China. It has a production capacity of about 35.0 million bales in a year.