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Deltapine Reveals Class Of 19 Varieties

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Deltapine cotton announced the release of three new Bollgard 3 XtendFlex cotton varieties as part of the brand’s Class of 19 lineup during the annual New Product Evaluator Summit held recently in Phoenix, Arizona. “The Deltapine Class of 19 features a diverse group of varieties that focus on bringing regional-fit products to specific areas where farmers have expressed need,” says ... Read More »

Deltapine® Fiber Quality Delivers A Win-Win In Arkansas

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• SPONSORED CONTENT • My Strong Cotton | SPECIAL REPORT This fall, Cotton Farming editor Carroll Smith captured stories from farmers planting Deltapine varieties, looking for high yield and good fiber quality potential. Following is her special report on Billy Don Hinkle in Marianna, Arkansas.   Mother Nature did her best this year to try the patience of Billy Don Hinkle, ... Read More »

Deltapine® Cotton Finishes Strong In Alabama

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• SPONSORED CONTENT • My Strong Cotton | SPECIAL REPORT This fall, Cotton Farming editor Carroll Smith captured stories from farmers planting Deltapine varieties, looking for high yield and good fiber quality potential. Following is her special report on Nick McMichen in Centre, Alabama. Cotton Farming Conversation_Ni   Growing cotton is second nature to fourth-generation Alabama producer Nick McMichen. He grew ... Read More »

Industry News For June 2018

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Enter The Transform My Community Contest For A Chance To Win $20,000 Attention hometown heroes! Tell us how Transform WG insecticide has transformed your cotton fields and how $20,000 could improve your community. The fourth annual Transform My Community Contest begins June 1 and is open to consultants and growers in Arizona, Arkansas, California, Louisiana, Missouri, Mississippi, Tennessee, Texas and ... Read More »

Deltapine Cotton Shows Strong Yield, Quality Potential In West Texas

Cotton Farming editor Carroll Smith went into the field last fall to capture strong cotton stories from farmers who planted Deltapine Bollgard II XtendFlex varieties. Following is her special report on Ty Turnipseed in Texas. Ty Turnipseed is a fourth-generation West Texas farmer whose family shares a bond to cotton and Texas Tech football. His great grandfather Bert Eads and ... Read More »

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Texas Tech Researchers Find Use For Low-Grade Cotton Research conducted at the Nonwovens and Advanced Materials Laboratory at Texas Tech’s Institute of Environmental and Human Health (TIEHH) shows that low-grade cotton is highly effective at absorbing crude oil spills. The study, published in the most recent issue of the American Chemical Society journal Industrial & Engineer-ing Chemistry Research, reveals that ... Read More »

Deltapine Adds Three Varieties For 2013

As cotton producers across the Belt prepare to make planting decisions for the 2013 season, Deltapine has added three new seed varieties to its lineup. The announcement was made at the company’s New Product Evaluator (NPE) summit last month at the downtown Hilton Hotel in Nashville, Tenn. More than 200 farmers showed up for the event, which gave attendees a ... Read More »