2019 Replicated Agronomic Cotton Evaluation (RACE) Trial results

To assist Texas cotton producers in remaining competitive in the Lower Rio Grande Valley, Blacklands, South Texas/Wintergarden, and Upper Coastal regions ), the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service-Cotton Agronomy program has been conducting, large plot, on-farm, replicated variety trials for the past eleven years. This approach provides a good foundation of information that can be utilized to assist the variety selection process, where all companies have the opportunity to participate. These trials occur on producer’s farms and are managed by the producers.  The sole objective of these trials is to provide cotton producers, consultants and the seed industry of the state with high quality and local cotton variety results

I’ve attached the results of the Cotton RACE Trials from 2019.  Within the attached document you will also find results for three (3) MONSTER cotton trials, which are small-plot replicated trials,  from 2019 are included.

2019 Replicated Agronomic Cotton Evaluation RACE Trial Results

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