|Relative Maturity - North|
|Relative Maturity - South|
|Grey Leaf Spot|
|Northern Corn Leaf Blight|
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.
High and stable grain yield for northern grain production with cooler temperatures. Can yield with longer season maturities and dry faster. Long rotation fit with rootworm and corn borer protection. Smaller hybrid in stature, holding plant size across variable conditions. Excellent stalks/roots for harvest flexibility.
LIMITATIONS: Medium cold soil tolerance.
MANAGEMENT: Use for any position in the corn rotation, including late cycle where corn borer and rootworm risk increase significantly.
High and stable yielding grain hybrid with Viptera® 3110 and Duracade® 5222 options. Holds plant size well across environments with very good fit for silage. SW 3569 3110 best fits first and second-year corn. SW 3569 5222 best fits second-year corn and longer corn rotations. Highly productive for grain and silage.
LIMITATIONS: Cold conditions late season may slow grain finish in extreme northern zones.
MANAGEMENT: Strong performing broad acre product that can rise to highest yield levels when good conditions enable peak performance.
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.