What is in this article?:
- New cotton varieties take on stress, bugs and nematodes
- Americot (Americot and NexGen brands)
- Bayer CropScience (FiberMax and Stoneville brands)
- Croplan by WinField
- Crop Production Services (Dyna-Gro and All-Tex brands)
- Dow AgroSciences (PhytoGen brand)
- Monsanto (Deltapine brand)
- Seed Source Genetics
Root knot nematodes may be shaking in their boots with the introduction of new root knot resistant cotton varieties this year.
THE 2013 cotton production season suffered from too much rain in some regions and not enough in others. But there were a number of areas that produced exceptional yields under nearly ideal conditions, as this field demonstrated.
Croplan by WinField
According to Robert Cossar, regional agronomist and product manager for Croplan by WinField, these two varieties are available in 2014.
CG 3428B2RF is an early-mid variety with a staple length of 36 – 38, strength, 29 – 31, micronaire, 4.4 – 4.7 and uniformity, 84.1. The variety fits throughout the Cotton Belt as an early-maturing variety.
CG 3787B2RF is a medium-maturity, with a staple length of 36 – 38, strength, 29 – 31, micronaire, 4.4 – 4.7 and uniformity of 84.1. It has been consistent in the southern Cotton Belt from Texas to Georgia. It is susceptible to bacterial blight.
For more information, see www.winfield.com.
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