ST 4990B3XF Variety
Growers in the Eastern Cotton Belt, East and South Texas, the Rolling Plains, Oklahoma, the Southern High Plains, New Mexico and Arizona who want hardy, early maturing cotton varieties can plant Stoneville® 4990B3XF with confidence. This early- to mid-maturity Stoneville cotton variety is very adaptable, with strong emergence and good cotton fiber quality. Stoneville 4990 is Liberty® herbicide, Engenia® herbicide and glyphosate tolerant and contains three-gene lepidopteran resistance, which decreases the likelihood of additional root knot nematode control measures.
|Root-Knot Nematode/Fusarium Wilt Tolerance||FAIR|
|Verticillium Wilt Tolerance||FAIR|
|Verticillium Wilt Tolerance||SUSCEPTIBLE|
*Storm Tolerance Rating Scale: 9 very storm-tolerant; 0 very loose.
**Relative maturity can vary based on on management practices, environmental conditions and geographic regions. Descriptions and values reported are to give a relative comparison among varieties. Actual values will be influence by growing conditions.
Engenia herbicide is a U.S. EPA restricted-use pesticide. Every application of Engenia herbicide requires the use of an approved pH buffering adjuvant.
Always read and follow label directions. Additional state restrictions may apply.
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