FM 1911GLT one of the newest varieties in the Bayer lineup, has all the expectations of an Olympic hopeful. With FM 2011GT in the background, FM 1911GLT is surpassing its parent with a broad-spectrum disease package – resistance to bacterial blight and very good tolerance to root-knot nematode, Fusarium wilt and Verticillium wilt, topped off with flexible in-season weed control and worm protection.
- Excellent early-season vigor
- Very strong yield potential
- Very good fiber package
- High gin turnout
- Excellent storm tolerance
- Very good root-knot nematode tolerance
- Very good Verticillium wilt tolerance
- Resistant to bacterial blight
- Liberty® and glyphosate herbicide tolerant
- Lepidopteran resistant
High Plains and Rolling Plains of the Southwest
Comparative Fiber Quality
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|“FiberMax 1911GLT builds on what we already see in FiberMax 2011GT. This variety has better fiber and the yields are comparable to what we have seen in FiberMax 2011GT. I think the biggest thing about this variety that I’m real excited about is the disease package. We get the Verticillium wilt tolerance, we get the root-knot nematode tolerance and we also have resistance to bacterial blight. This is the first in our FiberMax arsenal that has all three of those disease tolerances so I think it’s going to be a real success in the near future.”
Tim Culpepper, Bayer Agronomist
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*Storm Tolerance Rating Scale: 9 Very Storm-Tolerant, 0 Very Loose.