DP 1646 B2XF
- Outstanding combination of yield potential and fiber quality
- Potential fiber length up to 40 staple and typically holds relative staple advantage in stressed environments.
- Timely mepiquat allows to be managed for earlier maturity
- Has shown strong performance across a range of environments, but best fiber length can be attained with limited stress.
The first two numbers in our cotton naming system signify the year of commercialization, and the second two numbers indicate maturity based on the following scale:
10-19 = Early; 20-29 = Early-mid; 30-39 = Mid; 40-49 = Mid-full; 50-59 = Full
1 = Tight, stripper-like boll; 9 = Loose boll
1 = Excellent; 9 = Poor; — Not Available
Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, Virginia
|BACTERIAL BLIGHT||MOD. RES.*|
|# FRT NODES||12.7|
|VERTICILLIUM WILT||MOD. SUSC.|