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REGUR is a cotton grown and harvested in the Dharmapuri region southeast of Tamil Nadu, on the Deccan Plateau in southern India. DCH super long cotton is a hybrid of Giza 45 and Indian super long cotton and the cotton produced from generations of breeding DCH with other DCH varieties took on the strong characteristics of Giza 45.


This is what we call REGUR cotton.


It is a treasure cultivated in the climate and black cotton soil (regur) of the Deccan Plateau, which is partially composed of eroding basalt trap. The finished cotton, with its 3.1 micron thickness and 38mm super long fiber length, makes for a soft, comfortable fabric.

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