FM 1730GLTP Variety − NEW 

FM 1730GLT is a new variety for the Southwest, the Far West and South Texas. An excellent disease package delivers good Verticillium wilt tolerance, very good root-knot nematode tolerance and resistance to bacterial blight. Look to FM 1730GLT for excellent yield potential, high gin turnout and an excellent fiber package.

Variety Advantages

  • Very good root-knot nematode tolerance
  • Good Verticillium wilt tolerance
  • Resistant to bacterial blight
  • Excellent fiber package
  • High gin turnout
  • Three-gene lepidopteran resistance, which decreases the likelihood that additional worm control measures will be needed
  • Liberty® herbicide and glyphosate tolerant for excellent weed control

Geographic Region:

Southwest, Far West and South Texas

Variety Relative Maturity**:

Comparative Fiber Quality

LENGTH UNIFORMITY STRENGTH MICRONAIRE
1.15 82.9 31.6 4.2

Agronomic Considerations

DISEASE RESISTANCE  
RKN/FUSARIUM WILT VERTICILLIUM WILT BACTERIAL BLIGHT RESISTANCE PLANT REGULATOR REQUIREMENTS
Very Good Good Resistant

Variety Characteristics

LEAF PUBESCENCE MATURITY STORM TOLERANCE* HEIGHT/GROWTH HABIT
Semi-Smooth Early-Mid 5
Short/Compact

**Storm Tolerance Rating Scale: 9 Very Storm-Tolerant, 0 Very Loose.

Descriptions and values reported are to give a relative comparison among varieties.

Actual values will be influenced by growing conditions.

Yield Higher

Growers who plant FiberMax® varieties have one-ton yield potential. More than 800 growers already belong to the FiberMax One Ton Club™.

Always read and follow label directions.

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