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AbstractNine acala varieties were grown in the Cochise area of Cochise county. An experimental New Mexico variety B510 was the top yielder in the test, producing 1,287 pounds of lint per acre. The top variety in 1987, 1517-77BR, was next to the bottom in the 1988 test, probably due to low plant population. Variety characteristics such as plant height, wilt susceptibility, relative maturity and lint turnout are quantified in the study along with final plant populations and lint quality. Information on cotton variety strip trials implemented in the county is also given.