Variety trials show clear winners in California cotton

Fitchette, Todd
November 2013
Western Farm Press;11/16/2013, Vol. 35 Issue 22, p18
Trade Publication
The article discusses the highest quality of cotton, which is grown in California owing to the efforts of seed companies, as per Bob Hutmacher, cotton specialist with the University of California. It states that the prime focus of the growers is on new materials used for Pima cotton variety and glyphosate and pest resistance. It notes the importance of soil quality for Dow AgroSciences LLC's PhytoGen 725RF and the Bayer CropScience's FiberMax Acala Daytona RF cotton variety.


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