Delta and Pine Land Company (D&PL)

January 2005
Southeast Farm Press;1/5/2005, Vol. 32 Issue 1, p22
Trade Publication
The article reports on a seed producer Delta and Pine Land Company. When a U.S. cotton producer purchases Delta and Pine Land Company (D&PL) seed, he gets a total value package of revolutionary programs that include research, a pipeline of products, service, seed packaging and profit potential. Research has always played a predominant role. A worldwide network of cotton research programs incorporates the large and diverse worldwide cotton germplasm base to produce varieties that offer the greatest potential in reaching new targets in yield, fiber quality and agronomics for individual farms. D&PL is the only major cotton seed company that also breeds and sells soybean seed for planting. Like most of its cotton varieties, D&PL soybean products are bred for the South with good yield potential.


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