Bamboo and organicBamboo is an eco friendly fiber, it can be grown in organic and non organic settings. The reason you don't see 'organic' labeling is because the countries that produce bamboo for fiber lack both standards and enforcement in Organic production.
Hemp is the only fiber that still uses an eco-toxic fiber separation processes.
The process for making bamboo yarns is not new, it has been around for more than a century. Bamboo yarn production is eco-friendly and the finished yarns residues are comparible to other natural fibers.
Bamboo is probably one of the best advances in diapermaking textiles we have seen for a while. It's clean to produce, durable, soft, absorbent, and it's also easy to sanitize.
Cost is still an issue and will ramain that way until producers catch up with demand.