Grain Corn Hybrids

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A7373 G2 RIB

3175 CHU

Product Features

  • Features superior high-end yield potential with large ear size and girth
  • Very good ear flex allows for adaptation to tougher acres and coarse soil types
  • Agronomically sound with solid foliar disease package
  • A hybrid with phenomenal upper end yield potential
  • Flex nature and strong plant health allow positioning across a wide range of acres

Management Tips

Features ear flex, so populations are best kept to lower seeding rates. Responds to high-yielding environments but is also adapted to medium to lower yielding fields. Use as a dual-purpose hybrid. Flexible ear style allows population to match yield goal. Positioning on higher fertility soils will help maximize yield potential. True flex ear type – do not need to push the population for optimal yields. Handles challenging situations well – plant health and flex ear (strong candidate for sandier soils). Adapts very well to sand and lighter soils. Big plant that handles stressed environments very well.
Ratings EXC = Excellent VG = Very Good G = Good F = Fair
Plant Height S = Short M = Medium T = Tall V/T = Very Tall
Flowering E = Early E/A = Early Average A = Average L = Late
Ear Type F = Fixed SF = Semi-Flex FL = Flex

Characteristics

Flowering A
Mid Flowering GDU 1270
Black Layer (GDU) 2560
Emergence VG
Spring Vigour EXC
Plant Height T
Ear Height Medium
Stalk Strength EXC
Root Strength EXC
Staygreen EXC
Drought Tolerance EXC
Final Population (000s per acre) 30-34
Ear Type FL
Test Weight VG
Drydown VG
Harvest Timing Flexible
Goss's Wilt VG
Gibberella Ear Mould 3
Husk Coverage Extended