These web links provide access to the 17 states that conduct cotton variety trials across the US Cotton Belt. Performance data includes lint yield, fiber quality traits, and other important agronomic traits.
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The Auburn University Agronomy and Soils Department conducts statewide performance trials of commercially available varieties of corn, cotton, soybean, small grains and ryegrass.
The University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Cotton Variety Trials
The University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture’s Variety Testing Program provides unbiased information about the adaptability and performance of varieties in Arkansas’ diverse environments, thereby allowing producers to make informed decisions.
California Cotton Production Information
EDIS is the Electronic Data Information Source of UF/IFAS Extension, a collection of information on topics relevant to you.
Welcome to the Kansas Crop Performance Tests. These tests provide unbiased performance information on hybrids and varieties of the major Kansas field crops.
Research-based newsletter on everything cotton.
Cotton Crop and Pest Information
Variety Test Results
The college, through the Agricultural Experiment Station, publishes research data and study results. These publications, prepared primarily by research faculty.
Crop Science Department Official Variety Trails
This site is designed to bring together the results of all of the crop variety testing done each year by the OSU Division of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources.
The cotton variety trial is made up of early and later maturing tests at two locations in the state, with the Blackville location having a dry-land and irrigated trial Whenever possible multiple-year and multiple-location data are presented
The purpose of the University of Tennessee cotton variety testing program is to provide an unbiased evaluation of new varieties for Tennessee commercial production.
Variety Testing Information
This information has been complied in an effort to make Variety Test data accessible to all Virginia citizens by the staff of the Crop and Soil Environmental Science Department at Virginia Tech in cooperation with the Virginia Crop Improvement Association.
The National Cotton Variety Test is the compilation and publication of studies conducted over the entire cotton belt with structured regional tests included. The NCVT has been in existence since 1960 and an archive is maintained.
The Cotton Diversity Database was developed as one component of a USDA funded IFAFS project, “Reducing the genetic vulnerability of Cotton”.