|Relative Maturity - North|
|Relative Maturity - South|
Semi- fixed, Semi-flex
|Grey Leaf Spot|
|Northern Corn Leaf Blight|
Big grain yield potential with SmartStax® and Double Pro® options on same-base genetics. SmartStax® RIB Complete® for broad acre use and longer corn rotations, Double Pro® for first and second-year corn. Very good stand establishment and early vigor for early planting and reduced tillage.
LIMITATIONS: The LibertyLink™ option is only available for the SW 3110GENSS RIB option. Not the SW 3110GENVT2P RIB option.
MANAGEMENT: Good yield fit to high medium and low yield acres. Flexible.
Conventional and glyphosate northern adapted hybrids for grain and silage. High grain yield with nice drydown. Genetic resistance to many ear molds. Medium to medium plus stature in maturity. Solid agronomics, including roots. Moves north well and up to higher elevations to cooler environments.
LIMITATIONS: No trait insect protection.
MANAGEMENT: Use for high grain yield potential, genetic diversity, versatility for any type harvest. Structured refuge options.
Single-trait Roundup® hybrid with superb yield punch across locations. Wide area adaptation including Mid-Atlantic, Coastal US, into deep south. Versatile for grain, snaplage and silage with an especially strong yield history behind soybeans in the rotation.
LIMITATIONS: Single trait Roundup® best suited to first and second year corn.
MANAGEMENT: Consistent grain performer with wide acre suitability. Excellent after soybeans. Structured refuge option.
Versatile SmartStax® hybrid with consistent yield and performance on more stress prone soils. Nice appearance late season with solid agronomics making a complete package. Good choice for variable soils, though it should not be limited to these sites.
LIMITATIONS: “Fungicide protection may provide additional boost in performance in corn after corn rotations, especially in the Mid-Atlantic, southward.
MANAGEMENT Nice finishing hybrid for maturity. Monitor grain moistures to prevent harvest losses as moistures can dip below optimum harvest ranges.