FM 1621GL Variety

Designed for growers in the High Plains areas, FM 1621GL is an excellent yielding variety with high gin turnout. It’s perfect for acres that require root knot nematode tolerance and resistance to bacterial blight. Other characteristics include early maturity, a moderate growth habit and a boll type similar to FM 1888GL.

Variety Advantages

  • Outstanding yield potential
  • Stable performance across the High Plains region
  • Resistant to bacterial blight
  • High gin turnout
  • Good storm tolerance
  • Liberty® herbicide and glyphosate tolerant for excellent weed control
  • RKN tolerant

Geographic Region:

High Plains of the Southwest and Far West

Comparative Fiber Quality

LENGTH UNIFORMITY STRENGTH MICRONAIRE
1.13 81.7 30.3 4.4

Agronomic Considerations

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

Variety Characteristics

LEAF PUBESCENCE MATURITY STORM TOLERANCE* HEIGHT/GROWTH HABIT
Semi-Hairy Early 7 Medium/Moderate

*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

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