Bani Cotton

Hyderabad cotton. Also known as Hinjanghat Barsi or Hyderabad Gaorani. Grown mainly in Hyderabad State. Best known stations are Umri, Bhensa, Nanded and Parbhani. It is the finest indigenous Indian cotton, staple i-in. to 11/8-in., percentages of lint 25. The best Bani is suitable for 30's warp, 40's weft. It is leafy cotton with high refraction.

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