ST 5115GLT Variety

ST 5115GLT offers the Stoneville® germplasm in a GlyTol® LibertyLink® TwinLink® variety with full tolerance to both Liberty® and glyphosate herbicides, plus broad-spectrum lepidopteran insect protection utilizing two Bt genes.

 

Variety Advantages

  • Excellent seedling vigor
  • Exceptional yield potential
  • Good fiber quality
  • High gin turnout
  • Responds well under irrigation
  • Liberty® and glyphosate herbicide-tolerant
  • TwinLink two-gene Bt protection against worm pests such as cotton bollworm and tobacco budworm

 

Geographic Region

Mid-South, Southeast and Mid-Atlantic

ST 5032GLT Geographic Region


Comparative Fiber Quality

LENGTH LENGTH UNIFORMITY STRENGTH MICRONAIRE
1.15 82.6 30.8 4.3


Agronomic Considerations

DISEASE TOLERANCE  
RKN/FUSARIUM WILT VERTICILLIUM WILT BACTERIAL BLIGHT RESISTANCE PLANT REGULATOR REQUIREMENTS
Fair Intermediate Resistant ST 5115GLT 


Variety Characteristics

LEAF PUBESCENCE MATURITY STORM TOLERANCE* HEIGHT/GROWTH HABIT
Smooth Medium 6 Medium/Tall

“With the full Bayer trait package of GLT - GlyTol LibertyLink TwinLink, growers have a full range of herbicide control options in their hands with full tolerance to glyphosate and full tolerance to Liberty as well as great insect control with the TwinLink.”

Kyle Fontenot, 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.

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