|Relative Maturity - North|
|Relative Maturity - South|
|Grey Leaf Spot|
|Northern Corn Leaf Blight|
More yield, more consistency and less sensitivity to cold than popular predecessor SW 3869. Nice 3000GT option for the longer corn rotation that needs rootworm protection. Consistent ear development down row cranks out grain yield.
LIMITATIONS: May hand snap on the hard side.
MANAGEMENT: Use for economical insect protection, including rootworm, on any acre.
Extremely productive dual purpose hybrid for grain and silage with grain drydown. Holds plant size well across environments with ear flex seldom seen in the maturity. Nice snapper and husker with ear flex to accommodate a wide range of populations. Elite dual-purpose hybrid for HMC, snaplage, silage and support use for grain.
LIMITATIONS: No GMO insect trait protection- rootworm protection unsuitable for long corn rotations.
MANAGEMENT: Exceptional choice where ear flex is an advantage. Recommend medium to high populations in high fertility environments. Structured refuge options.
Exceptional grain yield potential. Proven performers in wide area of adaptation. Moves south better than SW 5430, the established product in the maturity. High and consistent grain performance including the mid-south.
LIMITATIONS: Low populations could limit yield potential. The LibertyLink™ option is only available for the SW 5440GENSS RIB option. Not the SW 5440GENVT2P RIB option.
MANAGEMENT: Plant populations should be on the high side for the soil resource and managed for high yield.
High yield history SmartStax® hybrid with consistent drydown making for profitable production. Widely adapted with ability to move south for grain. Good in early planting and reduced tillage where cooler soils are likely to be encountered.
LIMITATIONS: Limited ear flex – medium and higher populations maximize yield potential. The LibertyLink™ option is only available for the SW 6770GENSS RIB option. Not the SW 6770GENVT2P RIB option.
MANAGEMENT: Use as main season hybrid anywhere the maturity is grown.