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AbstractFourteen acala and four delta varieties were tested in two separate field trials in Greenlee county in 1991. Yields at both sites were about 1000 pounds per acre (seed cotton yields) than the 1990 yields. Cool weather and wet grounds delayed planting one to two weeks compared with 1990. The highest yielding varieties, both acala and delta type, produced around 2300 pounds per acre of seed cotton. An experimental New Mexico acala, B510 and Stoneville 506 were the top varieties.