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Conventional hybrid with excellent grain and silage yield potential. Widely adapted north/south and east/west across soil types and cultural practices. Tough conventional hybrid that can handle Mid-Atlantic and Mid-South heat stress and disease pressure.
LIMITATIONS: No insect protection.
MANAGEMENT: Any acre fit.
Extremely wide adaptation demonstrated from PA to Florida without east/west limitations. High and stable yield potential with steady performance across varying stress levels and soil conditions. Go to hybrid in the Mid-Atlantic to Florida.
LIMITATION: None known.
MANAGEMENT: Use on any acre. Has ASR gene for acres prone to Anthracnose.
High yield history SmartStax® and Double Pro® hybrids with exceptional yield and test weight. Adapted widely from the southern PA border to the Gulf Coast, east or west. Near food-grade grain quality with elevated test weight potential.
LIMITATIONS: Glyphosate is first choice herbicide. Use growth regulator, pigment inhibitor, or sulfonylurea herbicides in moderation. The LibertyLink™ option is only available for the SW 7700GENSS RIB option. Not the SW 7700GENVT2P RIB option.
MANAGEMENT: SmartStax® recommended for continuous corn and longer rotations where rootworm protection will be necessary.
Conventional hybrid with excellent grain and silage yield potential in southern locations. Yield enhanced by girthy ear and higher population across soil types and cultural practices. Tough conventional hybrid that has handled Mid-Atlantic and Mid-South heat stress and disease pressure.
LIMITATIONS: Lower yield potential at low populations.
MANAGEMENT: Any acre fit including stress locations.
Strong grain and silage performance in full-season hybrid, including the deep south. Well adapted from southern PA to Florida and the Coastal US to the eastern corn belt. This hybrid is widely adapted, including the stress-prone acre. Limited supply of Viptera® 3110 version, order early.
LIMITATIONS: Moves south to the hotter zone better than north to the cooler zone.
MANAGEMENT: Use widely across tough and good acres.
Strong grain and silage performance in full-season hybrid, including the deep south. Well adapted from southern PA to Florida and the Coastal US to the eastern corn belt. A very full season hybrid with northern limits. Maryland and northward grain drydown slows noticeably, though yield is maintained. Exceptional late season health contributes to slower drydown, though an asset in the mid and deep south.
LIMITATIONS: Not as well suited to northern long season sites. Caution north of the Mason-Dixon line. Okay Southeast corner of PA.
MANAGEMENT: Use on productive land to maximize yield potential. Plant in warm soils.