Introducing the Class of '22

 

 

The Next Generation of Strong Cotton

 Each variety has been tested in the field by growers like you to ensure our strongest class yet.

 

DP 2239 B3XF
  • Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® Technology

  • Mid-maturity

  • Strong fiber package

  • Broad fit across varying growing conditions

 

DP 2211 B3TXF
  • Bollgard® 3 ThryvOn™ with XtendFlex® Technology1

  • Strong yield potential

  • Early-maturity

  • Solid performance in Upper Southeast and Upper Mid-South

 

*ThryvOn™ Technology may help reduce insecticide applications for tarnished plant bugs and thrips species (tobacco thrips (Frankliniella fusca); Western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis); tarnished plant bug (Lygus lineolaris); and the Western Tarnished Plant bug (Lygus Hesperus)). Scouting is critical to determine which and how many insecticide applications are recommended to avoid economic losses greater than the pest management costs (i.e., when economic thresholds are met).​

1ThryvOn™ Technology has received full approval for planting in the United States but, as of the date this material was published, is pending approval in certain export markets. Specific plans for commercialization depend upon regulatory approvals and other factors.

 

 

NPE YEARBOOK

A Look Back at Past Years

The Class of 2021

DP 2115 B3XF

·   Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology

·   Early maturity

·   Outstanding yield potential

·   Demonstrated good storm tolerance

DP 2123 B3XF

·   Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology

·   Early- to mid-maturity

·   Ability to perform under heat and drought stress

·   Strong seeding vigor

DP 2127 B3XF

·   Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology

·   Early- to mid-maturity 

·   Solid performance potential across the Cotton Belt

·   High yield potential

DP 2141NR B3XF

·   Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology

·   Mid- to full-maturity 

·   Shows resistance potential to reniform and root-knot nematodes

·   Outstanding yield potential

DP 2143NR B3XF

·   Bollgard® 3 XtendFlex® technology

·   Mid- to full-maturity line

·   Shows resistance to reniform and root-knot nematodes

·   Moderate tolerance to Verticillium wilt

DP 2131 B3TXF

·   Bollgard® 3 ThryvOn™ with XtendFlex® Technology1

·   Mid-maturity

·   Resistant to bacterial blight

·   Fits beltwide

The Class of 2020

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)

 

 

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A Seed for Every Snag


The Deltapine© brand portfolio constantly grows to accommodate the changing needs of our growers. Grower feedback allows us to identify challenges and develop cotton varieties to overcome these obstacles. This process is called the Journey from Need to Seed.

What Growers Are Saying

For over a decade, the New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program has played a significant role in bringing innovative varieties to market.
See what our growers think of this year’s class.

 

Find the Right Seed for Your Field

Deltapine brand offers cotton varieties fit for every region.

*ThryvOn™ Technology may help reduce insecticide applications for tarnished plant bugs and thrips species (tobacco thrips (Frankliniella fusca); Western flower thrips (Frankliniella occidentalis); tarnished plant bug (Lygus lineolaris); and the Western Tarnished Plant bug (Lygus Hesperus)). Scouting is critical to determine which and how many insecticide applications are recommended to avoid economic losses greater than the pest management costs (i.e., when economic thresholds are met).​

1ThryvOn™ Technology has received full approval for planting in the United States but, as of the date this material was published, is pending approval in certain export markets. Specific plans for commercialization depend upon regulatory approvals and other factors.

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