New Product Evaluator Milestones

For over 10 years, the New Product Evaluator Program has played a significant role in the adoption of innovative varieties with the most advanced pest and weed management technologies.

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Proven Performance in Real Fields

See the progress our NPE partnerships have helped us make in the development of new cotton varieties to meet the evolving needs of growers like you.

2009

DP 0912 B2RF represents a step change in yield potential in early maturing varieties.

2010

DP 1044 B2RF packs the performance on dryland and limited-water acres to become the number one planted variety in the Southwest for four years.

2011

DP 1133 B2RF and DP 1137 B2RF are released based on strong NPE grower support and deliver on performance expectations.

2012

DP 1252 B2RF pushes yield potential in the Southeast to new heights.

2013

DP 1321 B2RF delivers bales with perfect fiber quality grades in the South Delta.

2014

The first Deltapine® root-knot nematode-resistant variety, DP 1454NR B2RF, comes to market.

2015

The first Bollgard II® XtendFlex® cotton varieties are commercialized with high yield, improved fiber quality and advanced weed control options.

2016

DP 1646 B2XF rapidly becomes a number one seller due to consistent high-end yield performance and premium fiber quality characteristics.

2017

DP 1747NR B2XF shows increased yield and fiber quality potential in NPE plots over other root-knot nematode-resistant varieties.

2018

The first Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® cotton varieties are commercialized, which introduce three unique modes of action against bollworm and other cotton pests along with high yield, improved fiber quality and advanced weed control options.

2019

Deltapine SelectTM varieties offer the best fiber quality and yield potential in our lineup that will allow our growers to continue to prosper.

See What's Next

Our research and development pipeline is designed to address the challenges cotton growers face. See we're currently working on and what could be tested in our NPE's fields in the coming years.