Early Season Observations
- Good early season vigor
- Good stand establishment
- Has a vigor score similar to DP 1646 B2XF
- Full-season maturity
- Early application of PGR required in most environments
- Showed very little weed pressure
Similar to DP 1646 B2XF in many ways, this aggressive Class of 20 variety shows its true strength across the southern part of the Cotton Belt.
This Class of 20 variety really showed its strength in South Texas, Southern High Plains, Mid-South, Southeast, South Delta and the Lower Carolinas, bringing the yield potential and quality growers have seen with DP 1646 B2XF with the protection of Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology.
After extensive development and testing as part of our New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program, DP 2055 B3XF showed that it might not be a great fit for the northern tier as it is a rugged and aggressive variety that fits the southern part of the Cotton Belt.
Plant Height: Tall
Leaf Type: Smooth
Seed Size: 5,700-6,300
Storm Resistance: 5.0
Fusarium Wilt: —
Lint %: 42.2%
Strength: 30.7 g/tex
Length Uniformity: 82.9%
Verticillium Wilt: Mod Susc.
Bacterial Blight: Susc.
DP 2055 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.
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After enduring our rigorous development process, including being field-tested by our New Product Evaluators, the Class of 20 has been called one of our strongest classes of Deltapine® cotton yet.