"Banker was on edge. Told him to relax — I need to make money and it worked even with the year we had. Net. Profit Up! 200 bag order first year... will try again because it helped my bottom line."
— John, Indiana
"Definitely a positive ROI on net profit per acre. Out-performed anything else we planted, but at a much better price point. Excited to give it another go in 2020!"
— Kevin, Alabama
"In this area, H117SC9 is a home run. For dryland acres around here, it's the one! It blew us away with how well it took to the lighter soils and handled the heat and drought we had. Those stalks at low pop were almost the size of a can drink."
— Aubrey, Alabama
"Best silage I have chopped off of that 80. Hauling in the silage was fun this year! It was yielding so well that we had trucks lining up to the dump, and the silage was flowing like shelled corn due to the high grain content."
— Carl, Kansas
"All in all one of the best crops we have had in years."
— Kaleb, North Carolina
"I was very impressed with the corn silage yield! It was the 4th year corn on corn and I expected a drop from previous years, but it clearly was a significant gain instead. No doubt, the better seed price helped just because it was two thirds the price I had paid previous years — even with the shipping cost added. Then the increased yield boosted profits even more!"
— Jerry, Wisconsin
"The weeds I have, glyphosate doesn't do a good job anyway, so it just makes sense to plant conventional, especially with the performance I saw. It sure helps out on maximizing net profit per acre. Just a no brainer for me!"
— Bee, Nebraska
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80 DaySold OutLow Supply
Short season hybrid
Quick to grain fill
Good for northern growers
H80C is our 80 day hybrid that works well for northern growers. Stable product that is quick to fill grain for producers with short growing seasons.
H87C9 is our 87 day corn that has great drought tolerance making it a good choice for western and northern growers. This hybrid comes from a male parent line that is a major contributor in the seed corn industry. Excellent early plant vigor means this hybrid is up and growing strong right out of gate. H87C9 offers good stress tolerance and timely drydown. Great variety for northern growers.
H92C9 is our 92 day corn that comes from inbreds that are tried and true. This hybrid has a semi-determinate ear with potential for high yields in the right zone and also offers great stalks for good standability into fall. Shows good drought tolerance. Keep away from Goss’s wilt.
H97C9 offers considerable top end yield potential but brings along resiliency and has the ability to withstand less than ideal growing conditions. It has great root strength and is a very versatile variety that grows well in different regions and growing conditions. Well suited for irrigated or dryland acres and can be planted anywhere from 15k-36k populations. Have to watch Goss’s wilt on this variety, but otherwise is a homerun product.
Male parent is among top silage varieties in industry
Great plant health
H98SC9 is a dual-purpose hybrid giving you the flexibility to raise a crop for grain or for silage depending upon market conditions and on farm needs. Medium/tall plants offer good tonnage when utilized as silage.
H102C is a solid hybrid that works well for northern growers, but does not move down south well. Stable variety but has the potential to bring yield when conditions allow. Shows excellent roots and early plant vigor. All around great hybrid that moves well east to west.
H103C9 is a drought tolerant hybrid that can work very well on tough ground. It has a flared husk for better dry down which allows it to push further north and shows excellent resistance against foliar diseases. It is rated excellent for Goss's Wilt and Gray Leaf Spot. Similar hybrid to H105C9, but is more stress tolerant. Does not have quite the top end as our 105 day but is fully capable of yield when conditions allow.
H104SC is a robust hybrid, capable of high silage or grain yields. It is very adaptable geographically, and can tolerate hot and dry conditions very well. Maintaining plant health throughout the season is important due to sensitivity to stalk anthracnose, but otherwise great yield potential.
H105C9 is a superb variety for your corn acres that require a hybrid that can offer stability as well as good yield potential in favorable growing seasons. H105C9 is the product of crossing a “workhorse” male with a “racehorse” female. This allows this hybrid to offer stability in less than ideal growing conditions but with good top end potential. Similar to H103C9 but with more top end in exchange for a little less stability.
H109SC is a robust hybrid making it a great candidate for both grain or silage. Has serious top end yield potential when growing conditions allow. This is especially true for irrigated acres. Sensitive to anthracnose stalk rot.
Good fit in varying soil types and growing conditions
Fungicide treatment highly recommended
H112C brings great top end yield potential to the table while also being a good fit across a variety of soil types and growing conditions. Fungicide application is recommended when looking to push yields due to low resistance to gray leaf spot.
H113C is a workhorse hybrid that performs very well on dryland acres. It has an excellent foliar disease package and maintains good plant health. This hybrid performs very well under heat and drought stress.
H117SC does exceptionally well in areas where summers tend to be hot and dry. It is a workhorse variety that performs very well on marginal ground. Gives good tonnage when chopping for silage and is an excellent fit for grain production on tough soils and in areas where rainfall is limited. Not well suited for grain on highly productive, irrigated acres.