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  • FSG 117

    SSA 117 (Hybrid Grain Sorghum)

    SSA 117 is widely adapted from north to south across various soil types and environmental conditions. Good emergence and early vigor help SSA 117 get off to a fast start, while exceptional stress tolerance allows for dependable yield performance under adverse conditions. If you need a early maturity hybrid with high yield potential, SSA 117 is the variety to ask for.

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  • FSG 118 BMR 6

    SSA 176 BMR DS (Forage Sorghum)

    SSA 176 BMR DS is a brown midrib, male sterile hybrid forage sorghum that reaches harvest maturity approximately 75 days from planting. Because the lignin content of the stalk has been dramatically reduced, digestibility improves by 35%over conventional forage sorghums. SSA 176 BMR DS forage sorghum, with this improvement in digestibility and palatability, can equal the milk production of rations of corn. Plant at the recommended rates for your area and harvest timely for optimum yield and quality. The water requirement for SSA 176 BMR DS is 1/3 less than would be required to produce an equivalent amount of corn. Because SSA 176 BMR DS is a male sterile hybrid, volunteer growth is not an issue provided there is adequate isolation from pollen fertile sorghums.

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  • FSG 114 BMR 6

    SSA 186 BMR DS (Forage Sorghum)

    SSA 186 BMR DS is a brown midrib, male sterile hybrid forage sorghum. Because the lignin content of the stalk has been dramatically reduced, digestibility improves by 35% over conventional forage sorghums. SSA 186 BMR DS forage sorghum, with this improvement in digestibility and palatability, can equal the milk production of corn. Plant at the recommended rates for your area and harvest timely for optimum yield and quality. The water requirement for SSA 186 BMR DS is 1/3 less than would be required to produce an equivalent amount of corn. Because SSA 186 BMR DS is a male sterile hybrid, volunteer growth is not an issue provided there is adequate isolation from pollen fertile sorghums.

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  • FSG 115 BMR 6

    SSA 196 BMR BD (Brachytics Dwarf Forage Sorghum)

    SSA 196 BMR BD is a brachytic dwarf, brown midrib, grain producing hybrid forage sorghum. Because the
    lignin content of the stalk has been dramatically reduced, IVDMD is 40% greater than conventional forage
    sorghums. SSA 196 BMR BD with this improvement in digestibility and palatability, can equal the milk
    production of corn with a water requirement 1/3 less than would be required to produce an equivalent amount
    of corn. Because SSA 196 BMR BD is a grain producing hybrid, energy will increase as carbohydrates form in
    the grain head. Plant at the recommended rates for your area and harvest timely for optimum yield and quality.

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  • FSG 255C

    SSA 255C (Grain Sorghum)

    SSA 255C is widely adaptable north to south across various soil types and conditions of the medium-early maturity zones. Exceptional stress tolerance allows for dependable yield performance under adverse conditions. Good emergence score and early vigor help SSA 255C get a fast start in spring.

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  • FSG 215 BMR 6

    SSA 256 BMR (Hybrid Sorghum-Sudangrass)

    SSA 256 BMR produces some of the highest dry matter yields of any BMR and non-BMR hybrid sorghum-sudangrass commercially available with excellent nutritional quality and early vigor. SSA 256 BMR is highly digestible with increased efficiency and improved animal utiliza-tion due to reduced lignin, the limiting factor in forage digestibility. This hybrid has excellent drought tolerance and is quick growing, allowing the maximum tonnage in the shortest amount of time. Fine sweet stems makes SSA 256 BMR an excellent choice for grazing, hay, greenchop and silage.

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  • FSG 214 BMR 6

    SSA 256 BMR DS (Dry Stalk Hybrid Sorghum-Sudan)

    This hybrid produces a high tillering high quality forage that has excellent early vigor. The high leaf to stem ratio means that you can count on high protein. The digestibility of this hybrid has been increased by 20% due to the BMR 6 trait. The dry stalk gene allows a more timely harvest and helps to get the crop bailed and out of the field before it gets rained on while drying. Typically this hybrid is used in a rotational grazing or 1-3 cutting system allowing you to produce the maximum amount of forage.

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  • FSG 425

    SSA 425 (Hybrid Grain Sorghum)

    SSA 425 is widely adapted from north to south across various soil types and environmental conditions. Good emergence and early vigor help SSA 425 get off to a fast start, while unmatched stress tolerance allows for dependable yield performance under adverse conditions. If you need a medium maturity hybrid with high yield potential, SSA 425 is the variety to ask for.

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  • COW VITTLES II

    SSA COW VITTLES II (Hybrid Forage Sorghum)

    SSA Cow Vittles II is a conventional hybrid forage sorghum with high yield potential. A dense lush leaftype with a large grain head. Cow Vittles II sets the standard for forage sorghums. Generally used South of I80.
    Seed at 7-11 lbs. per acre.

     

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  • GREENGRAZER V

    SSA GREENGRAZER V (Hybrid Sorghum-Sudangrass)

    SSA GREENGRAZER is a small-seeded three way cross with thin stems that are highly palatable. Regrowth after cutting is very fast. SSA GREENGRAZER is a dark green color and also possesses the Green Top trait, which allows for further extension of the plant. Planting SSA GREENGRAZER at higher populations per acre will result in a finer stemmed forage. Finer stems will allow the forage to dry faster for higher quality hay than is possible with thick stemmed types.

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  • SSG 886 BMR6

    SSA M36 BMR DS (Leafy BMR 6 Hybrid Sudangrass)

    SSA M36 BMR DS is a BMR 6 Hybrid Sudangrass. The BMR 6 gene added to a sudangrass hybrid adds the high quality to a plant that has fine stems and quick regrowth. This hybrid will have fast dry down so it can be used in areas that have trouble putting sorghum sudan up as dry hay. Seed at 25-30 lbs. per acre.

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  • SSG 886 BMR6

    SSA M36 BMR DSBD (Brachytic Dwarf Hybrid Sudangrass)

    SSA M36 BMR DSBD is the first BMR-r, brachytic dwarf hybrid sudangrass to hit the market. The BMR-6 gene adds high digestibility to a plant that has very fine stems and tremendous regrowth. The brachytic dwarf trait adds a much tighter distance between internodes, allowing for lower cutting/grazing height and better standability. The dry stalks trait allows for quick drydown, making this one of the most versatile forage products on the market.

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