Introducing the Class of 20

After undergoing our rigorous development process, including testing by our New Product Evaluators in their own fields, the Class of 20 has earned the right to be called Strong Cotton.

The Newest Class of Strong Cotton

After extensive evaluation, it’s been said that the Class of 20 is one of the strongest classes of Deltapine cotton yet. With outstanding yield and fiber quality potential, more disease tolerance than previous classes and adaptability across the Cotton Belt, we’re confident you’ll find a Class of 20 variety that’s right your fields. Learn more about the Class of 20 varieties tested and selected by growers like you.

DP 2012 B3XF

Belt-Wide

Bollgard® 3 technology

Early maturing line with yield potential equal to DP 1646 B2XF

Excellent fiber package

Resistant to bacterial blight
 

DP 2020 B3XF

Belt-Wide

Bollgard® 3 technology

Early to mid maturity with high yield potential

Excellent fiber quality and fiber length

Resistant to bacterial blight

 

DP 2022 B3XF

Northern High Plains

Bollgard® 3 technology

Early to mid maturity

Really good early season vigor

Resistant to bacterial blight

 

DP 2038 B3XF

Belt-Wide

Bollgard® 3 technology

Mid maturity with excellent yield potential

Excellent fiber quality

Resistant to bacterial blight

 

DP 2044 B3XF

West Texas

Bollgard® 3 technology

Excellent fiber length and strength

Fits dryland acres

Resistant to bacterial blight

 

DP 2055 B3XF

South Texas, Southern High Plains, Midsouth, Southeast, South Delta and Lower Carolinas 

Bollgard® 3 technology

Full season maturity

Excellent fiber length

Improved yields for Midsouth and Southeast (vs. Class of 18)

New Class of Cotton. Best-in-Class Control.

The entire Class of 20 include Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology, giving them three modes of action against bollworm and other cotton pests as well as well as enhanced weed management flexibility.

Tested by Growers Like You

Every year, the new class of cotton is put to the test with our New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program, and the Class of 20 is no different. Raised on large-scale plots under individual management conditions, our NPEs played a key role in selecting this year's strong varieties.