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-season vigor can plant Stoneville 4990B3XF with confidence. It’s a new early-to-mid maturity variety that’s very adaptable, with strong emergence and a good fiber package. It’s Liberty® herbicide, Engenia® herbicide and glyphosate tolerant and contains three-gene lepidopteran resistance, which decreases the likelihood additional worm control measures will be needed.

Variety Advantages

  • Broad adaptability across the Cotton Belt
  • Good fiber package
  • Early-mid maturity
  • Liberty herbicide, Engenia herbicide and glyphosate tolerant
  • Three-gene lepidopteran resistance, which decreases the likelihood that additional worm control measures will be needed

Geographic Region:

Eastern Cotton Belt, East and South Texas, the Rolling Plains, Oklahoma, the Southern High Plains, New Mexico and Arizona

Comparative Fiber Quality

LENGTH UNIFORMITY STRENGTH MICRONAIRE
1.18 83.9 30.8 4.6

Agronomic Considerations

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

Variety Characteristics

LEAF PUBESCENCE MATURITY STORM TOLERANCE* HEIGHT/GROWTH HABIT
Semi-Smooth Early-Mid 4
Medium

Always read and follow label directions.

 

*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.

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