Jenny Cahoon – Virginia and Northeastern North Carolina
Regional Cotton Agronomist for the Mid-Atlantic, Jenny Cahoon grew up in northeastern North Carolina amongst a great diversity of crops: cotton, corn, soybeans, tobacco, peanuts and vegetables. Jenny attended North Carolina State University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in agriculture Extension education and a Master of Science in crop science. She spent her summers working for a crop consultant in Halifax County while completing her undergraduate degree. Jenny worked for the state of North Carolina as a regional agronomist in the Tidewater region upon completion of her Master of Science before joining Bayer in 2012.
"ST 4848GLT is a perfect maturity fit for the Mid-Atlantic with proven yield performance over multiple seasons. With very good seedling vigor and fiber quality, ST 4848GLT is a great variety for the region. Also, having true double-stacked technology with both GlyTol and LibertyLink traits gives growers flexibility in their management program."
“ST 5020GLT has shown consistent, strong yield in the Mid-Atlantic and has one of the best fiber packages of all of the Stoneville lines."
“ST 5517GLTP increases your opportunity for exceptional yield and decreases the chance that you’ll have to overspray for worms. This variety has our latest insect trait package, TwinLink Plus, which has three genes that are resistant to lepidopteran pests to help growers protect bolls mid-season to get them to harvest. ST 5517GLTP starts strong with early-season vigor and doesn’t let bacterial blight or worms interfere with its high -yield potential.