FM 1320GL, an early variety, is the right variety for fields in the Far Northern High Plains, in any other short-season area, or for growers in search of a replant option. FM 1320GL typically delivers micronaire high enough to stay out of the discount range. Look to this variety to load bolls over a short season and top that high yield off with good fiber potential and high gin turnout.
- Short/compact growth habit
- High yield potential relative to other early maturity varieties
- Excellent storm tolerance
- Good fiber package
- High gin turnout
- Liberty® and glyphosate herbicide tolerant
High Plains and Rolling Plains of the Southwest
Comparative Fiber Quality
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|“For our far Northern High Plains area we’re seeing that FiberMax 1320GL is doing very well because it’s an early maturing variety – as a matter of fact, it’s the earliest in our portfolio. So it does really well in that higher elevation.”
Tim Culpepper, Bayer Agronomist
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**Storm Tolerance Rating Scale: 9 Very Storm-Tolerant, 0 Very Loose.
Descriptions and values reported are to give a relative comparison among varieties.
Actual values will be influenced by growing conditions.