A great season is built on a strong resolve and a strong crop. It’s always been that way for growers who’ve mastered the art of growing cotton. When you plant Stoneville, our science delivers early-season vigor, which leads to in-season strength and high yield potential. Combine your art with our science for a strong start — and a big finish.
Choose Stoneville Varieties
You need varieties with strong vigor that reliably deliver high yield and premium quality in a traitpackage with pest management tools tailored to efficiently control your toughest weeds and insects. Stoneville varieties provide the economic advantage you need today.
For High Yield
Stoneville varieties are valuable players in Official Variety Trials conducted by land-grant university researchers across the CottonBelt, routinely topping yield charts and profitability studies.
For Higher Profit
Growers who plant Stoneville increase their opportunity for profit through high yield potential and high quality.
For Trait Flexibility
Stoneville gives you a multiple choice of strong traits, including new dicamba-tolerant varieties.
For Risk Management
Growers who plant Stoneville cotton seed have a safety net. The Shared Risk Program offers yield, replant and crop loss protection for economic sustainability.
For Weed Management and Pest Management
Essential protection from nematodes and early-season disease and insects is in the bag with COPeO® Prime seed treatment as a base seed treatment. Growers can amp up their early-season protection with the premium package with added benefits of an insecticide with two-modes of action and fungicide to jumpstart your season. Industry-leading worm control is in the Stoneville cotton seed bag with two- and three-geneworm resistance traits.
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