DP 2012 B3XF

This versatile variety shows strength and performance across the cotton belt.

Proven Performance Across the Cotton Belt

Not every early-season variety can adapt and thrive in multiple parts of the cotton belt, but DP 2012 B3XF has the unique ability to travel well from the fields in West Texas to the Carolinas and everywhere in between.

After extensive development and testing at our Lubbock breeding research facility and real-world evaluation as part of our New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program, DP 2012 B3XF shows a high-level of indeterminacy, good stand establishment and excellent fiber package as well as strong yield potential for growers throughout the belt.

DP 2012 B3XF

The DP 2012 B3XF Details

Maturity: Early

Plant Height: Med-Tall

Leaf Type: Smooth

Seed Size: 4,700-5,100

Storm Resistance: 4.0

Fusarium Wilt: —

Lint %: 40.6%

Staple: 38.304

Micronaire: 4.3

Strength: 30.6 g/tex

Length Uniformity: 83.2%

Verticillium Wilt: Mod Tol.

Bacterial Blight: Res.

NPE findings and field notes

NPE Findings and Field Notes

DP 2012 B3XF was put to the test as part of our New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program where growers like you evaluated the variety on large-acre plots under their own management systems and field conditions.

Early Season Observations
  • True early season variety
  • Earliest 2020 candidate
  • Earlier maturity than DP 1725 B2XF and DP 1518 B2XF
  • Early with strong terminal growth potential 
  • High level of indeterminacy 
  • Great seed size with early season vigor
  • Fruits early and fruits quickly
Midseason Observations
  • Good fruiting up and down the plant
  • Very responsive to PGR management
  • Bacterial Blight resistant
  • Good stand establishment
  • Shows a high level of indeterminacy under heat stress
  • Open-boll type that holds very well
     
Harvest Observations
  • Excellent fiber strength
  • Defoliates well
  • Great yield seen in North and South Delta
  • Extremely high yield potential for an early season variety - even on dryland plots


     

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