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Bayer CropScience Cotton Belt Challenge Winners Named
Date:8/5/2013

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Like Still, Steve Stevens of Rondo Farms knew they produced a good crop in 2012, but the final yield from the gin surprised him almost as much as winning the grand prize Bad Boy Buggies Ambush.

“We knew we had some good cotton because the yield monitors were looking good when we picked,” Stevens said. “I was a little surprised with the gin receipts. I was expecting three bales, maybe close to three and a half, and it was a little better than three-and-a-half bales. We wanted to take a shot at the contest, and sure enough, it was a winning number.”

Cotton Belt Challenge entries came from across the Cotton Belt with winners named in regions from California and Arizona to Virginia and the Carolinas. The success across the Cotton Belt with FiberMax and Stoneville cotton seed demonstrates the diversity and adaptability of the varieties.

“Bayer CropScience offers a wide range of FiberMax and Stoneville cotton varieties designed to enhance profitability in specific growing areas,” said Steve Nichols, U.S. agronomic manager for Bayer CropScience. “Geography, soil types, environment and management practices all play a role in performance. Cotton Agronomic Performance (CAP) trials are broadly conducted across regions in order to develop sound recommendations that optimize production for specific territories across the Cotton Belt. These trials are a good way for growers to learn about varieties that can work on their own farms.”

Regional contest winners were awarded 10,000 Innovation Plus™ points, valued at $500. The regional contest winners are:

  • California and Arizona (irrigated only) – Dustin Mancebo, irrigated loan value of 95 cents with FiberMax Daytona; and Robert Knorr, irrigated yield of 2,516 pounds with FM 9170B2F
  • Central and Southern Rolling Plains and Trans-Pecos area of the Southwest – Jevon and Stacey Cheuvront, irrigated loan value of 58 cent
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