Deltapine has a long history of high-quality cotton seed.

  • Its roots go back deep to American south when the Fine Spinners and Doublers association of Manchester, England purchased large tracts of land for cotton productions.
  • By 1930, it had grown into the largest seed producers, known for its high yielding and high-quality cotton.
  • It would introduce high fiber quality commercial seed varieties by early 1940.
  • By 2016, Deltapine achieved yet another milestone, introducing high fiber quality varieties of Upland cotton that can reach 39-40 Staple length or more.
  • These new seeds varieties are known for their fiber length, strength, high uniformity, lower short fiber content, which contributes to producing superior quality apparel and textile products.