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Enter to Win the 2013 Bayer CropScience Cotton Belt Challenge
Date:12/4/2013

ifornia and Arizona (irrigated only)
  •     Central and Southern Rolling Plains and Trans-Pecos area of the Southwest
  •     Far North High Plains, North High Plains, North Rolling Plains and Oklahoma
  •     South and East Texas
  •     Georgia, South Alabama and North Florida
  •     Tennessee and North Alabama
  •     South Arkansas and Louisiana
  •     Mississippi
  •     Central Arkansas
  •     Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas
  •     Virginia and Northeast North Carolina
  •     Central North Carolina and South Carolina
  • In the first year of the Cotton Belt Challenge, growers from California to North Carolina entered the contest. Grand prize winners, Kevin Still of Steele, Mo., and Rondo Farms in Tillar, Ark., each received a customized 4WD Bad Boy® Buggies Ambush™ vehicle. Kevin Still won the dryland yield group for the Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas region with a yield of 1,192 pounds with ST 5458B2RF. Rondo Farms won the irrigated yield group for the South Arkansas and Louisiana region with a yield of 1,693 pounds with ST 5288B2F. For a complete list of last year’s winners, visit http://www.cottonbeltchallenge.com.

    “With two new Stoneville GLB2 varieties released in 2013 – ST 4946GLB2 and ST 6448GLB2 – and newer FiberMax varieties like FM 1944GLB2 peforming well across the Cotton Belt, we anticipate a lot of entries for this year’s challenge,” Brehmer said. “Growers have achieved remarkable yields as they work with our agronomists and sales representatives to plant the right FiberMax or Stoneville varieties
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