MYCO-1185, MYCO-2006, and MYCO-2009: F2 from Hybrid Cotton Varieties

Bobby J. Phipps, John R. Jobe


Mycogen Plant Sciences is introducing three new F2 from hybrid cotton varieties. These are adapted to the picker cotton areas of the United States. They all possess excellent seedling vigor. MYCO-1185 is medium maturing with semi-smooth and good fiber quality. It is well adapted to the desert areas of the Southwest, the Upper Mississippi Delta, and the Southeastern United States.

MYCO-2006 is a smooth leaf medium maturing variety with a high turnout and very high yield potential. It has a wide adaptation by performing well in the desert Southwest, South Texas, Missouri Bootheel, Louisiana, and the Southeast. Its fiber quality is excellent.

MYCO-2009 is medium late in maturity and is semi-smooth. It performs well in Central and South Texas, the desert Southwest, as far north as the Missouri Bootheel, and south into Louisiana. It has a premium fiber quality with excellent fiber length and strength.

Reprinted from Proceedings of the 1994 Beltwide Cotton Conferences pg. 81
©National Cotton Council, Memphis TN

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