“FM 1944GLB2 is as good or better than any other cotton on my farm. It picked well over two bales on dryland, which is really good on those acres. It performed well all year. FM 1944GLB2 is also a great tool for managing your weeds. With the LibertyLink and GlyTol traits, I was able to spray twice with Liberty herbicide and once with glyphosate to controlled my resistant weeds and grasses. It worked great. I have already told my seed dealer that I want more FM 1944GLB2 for next season.” Robert Jones Lyons, Georgia
“The FM 1845LLB2 that we planted this year had very strong emergence. It looked good coming out of the ground compared to other varieties, and I think it performed real well. And in the end, it looks like we’re going to have good yields.” Ben Sanders Toombs County, Georgia
“This year the ST 4145LLB2 yielded exceptionally well. It’s our top-yielding cotton. It did a little over 3½ bales per acre, almost 1,800 pounds of lint ginner out per acre. ST 4145LLB2 picked extremely clean. It was real showy. You could tell what you had when you went in the field, and it all went in the basket.” Jason Herndon Lyons, Georgia
“We planted 89 acres of the ST 4145LLB2 the first year it was available, and it’s really, really good cotton. As a matter of fact, it was the best cotton I had. ST 4145LLB2 picked excellent. I was surprised that it yielded like it did – for us, 1,526 pounds really good cotton.” Grover Cobb J. H. Harrison Farms Bartow, Georgia
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Trait(s) GLT GLB2 GL LLB2 GT
Herbicide Tolerance glyphosate Liberty® √ √ √ √ √ √ √ √
Insect 2-gene Bt TwinLink® Bollgard II®
As the first-ever cotton with full tolerance to both glyphosate and Liberty herbicides, GlyTol LibertyLink® stacked technology gives growers a competitive edge to choose the herbicide and herbicide-tolerant trait system that will help them to optimize weed management on their farms. Also available with Bollgard II.
It is anticipated that the first cotton varieties with TwinLink technology will be available in both FiberMax® and Stoneville® brands in the United States beginning in 2014, pending international import approvals.
Normal/ Very Hairy
Height/ Growth Habit
NEW ST 4946GLB2
NEW ST 6448GLB2
TwinLink™† technology offers two-gene Bt protection against worm pests plus LibertyLink technology that gives full tolerance to Liberty herbicide. TwinLink will be stacked with GlyTol to provide double-herbicide tolerance to Liberty and glyphosate for effective crop and resistance management. Cotton stacked with TwinLink, GlyTol and LibertyLink will be a powerful weed and insect management tool for growers.
Leaf Shape/ Pubescence
GlyTol® trait technology provides tolerance to over-the-top applications of glyphosate, empowering growers with the flexibility to select any brand of glyphosate herbicide labeled for use on cotton.
Comparative Fiber Quality
Descriptions and values reported are to give a relative comparison among varieties. Actual values will be influenced by growing conditions. *Storm Tolerance Rating Scale: 9 Very Storm-Tolerant, 0 Very Loose. **Based on preliminary results.
Published on Sep 3, 2013
Published on Sep 3, 2013
FiberMax and Stoneville cotton offer different varieties catered to grower needs with variety characteristics and comparative fiber quality...