Cotton Research at the Learning Center in Scott, Mississippi

Featured New Product Evaluator: James Kamas, from Temple, Texas

Monsanto’s Learning Center in Scott, Mississippi, researches and develops new cotton varieties that are tailored to different soils throughout the Cotton Belt. Deltapine NPE James Kamas, of Temple, Texas, says that the Learning Center’s work has contributed to the cotton varieties that he chooses for his farm.

Key Takeaways

  • The Learning Center performs deep research to develop performance-driven varieties.
  • Research has contributed to high-quality varieties in cotton, corn and other crops.

Through the Deltapine New Product Evaluator (NPE) Program, noted cotton farmers across the country work with Deltapine to bring the best varieties to market. NPEs plant potential varieties on their own farms and provide valuable insight about performance, quality and yield. Thanks to the NPEs, Deltapine can offer cotton varieties that have been proven to thrive in specific soils and climates throughout the Cotton Belt. Learn more about Deltapine’s NPE Program here, or find more information about Deltapine’s 100 years of innovation here.

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