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Why grow Dryland Cotton?

Cotton Field and Farmer

In short, growing dryland cotton makes good business sense, with benefits now and into the future.

It is well documented that growers with cotton in their rotation program are achieving higher returns over the cropping cycle compared with growers who use solely grain-based rotations. In addition, improvements in variety performance and technology traits have simplified the process of growing dryland cotton, making this crop a more reliable and consistent performer within the rotational mix.

Key Benefits:

  1. Better gross margins
  2. A rotational plan to control weeds
  3. Greater flexibility with Cotton Choices™
  4. Dryland Cotton – the agronomic pro’s and con’s