Here’s the facts

We always say that PhytoGen gives you more, and here’s your proof. Click on your region below to see how PhytoGen cottonseed has performed in your area.

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West

Market leader in Pima.

PhytoGen® cottonseed is the most popular brand of Pima cottonseed, planted on the majority of Pima acres in 2021.

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Southwest

No. 1 in Texas cotton trials.

PhytoGen® brand varieties ranked No. 1 in 2020 University Trials across Texas, outyielding competitors by nearly 70 lb./A in the High Plains TAMU trials.

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South and Central Texas

No. 1 in RACE trials.

PhytoGen® brand varieties ranked No. 1 in 2020 TAMU Race Trials, outyielding competitors by nearly 82 lb./A in the Coastal Bend RACE trials and 74 lb./A in the Upper Gulf Coast RACE trials.

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Midsouth

Outyielded Deltapine by +206 lb./A.

PhytoGen® brand PHY 443 W3FE outyielded the top Deltapine variety by 206 pounds per acre in the 2020 MSU On-Farm Trials, Delta locations.

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Southeast

55 lb./A more than top Deltapine variety in OVTs.

PhytoGen® brand varieties win No. 1 and 2 spots in combined 2019-2020 Georgia and Auburn Official Variety Trials, with our No. 1 variety beating the top Deltapine variety by 55 lb./A.

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Mid-Atlantic

Top 3 nematode varieties in the Mid-Atlantic.

In the N.C. State OVTs, the top 3 nematode-resistant PhytoGen® W3FE varieties outyielded the top Deltapine and Stoneville nematode-resistant varieties by 68 to 243 lb./A.

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