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Corn+Soybean Digest

Roundup Ready Group 0

North Dakota State University – RG200RR (early) exhibits:

Excellent IDC tolerance.

Good recovery from stunting caused by water-saturation on heavy clay soils.

Good field tolerance to PRR.

Peterson Farms Seed – 0303RR (early) offers:

Rps1k gene for multirace PRR resistance.

Good performance in light and heavy soils.

Excellent branching.

Above-average IDC resistance, adequate for all but worst areas.

Yield comparable to longer-season varieties.

Peterson Farms Seed – 0402RR (early) features:

First-rate IDC resistance in NDSU testing.

Supreme field uniformity.

Medium plant height and excellent standability.

Excellent branching plant type; excellent yields.

Croplan Genetics – RT0041 (early) shows:

Excellent IDC tolerance.

Good PRR and SWM tolerance.

Great standability.

Strong yields across soil types.

Dairyland Seed – DSR040RR (mid) features:

Excellent field tolerance to PRR.

Very good tolerance to BSR, SWM and IDC.

Excellent standability and emergence.

Medium height, medium plant canopy adapted to high-yield environments.

Well-suited for northern Red River Valley of MN and ND.

Mycogen Seeds – 5B051RR (mid) provides:

Medium height.

Excellent emergence vigor and lodging resistance.

Good tolerance to IDC; protection against PRR.

A replacement for 5050RR.

Kaltenberg Seed – KB073RR (mid- to late) provides:

No-till adapted variety that stands strong until harvest.

Excellent IDC rating; high yields.

Medium height, medium plant type; highest field emergence score.

Very good overall disease package giving high yields in different growing conditions.

Dekalb Genetics – DKB09-52 (late) offers:

Good field tolerance to PRR; the Rps1k gene for specific race resistance.

Excellent tolerance to BSR.

Very good emergence; excellent standability.

Very good IDC tolerance.

Intermediate plant type with average height.

Protein, 36%; oil, 18%.

Gold Country Seed – GCS 2309RR (late) offers:

Top yields on marginal soils.

Excellent standability.

Easy combining with very good shattering score.

Kruger Seed – K-070 RR (late) features:

Exceptional stress tolerance.

Excellent SWM protection and standability.

Very good iron efficiency.

Suited to a wide range of soils and environments.

South Dakota State University – SD1081RR (late) exhibits:

High yield potential; good IDC tolerance.

Excellent yield; resistance to PRR.

Protein, 34.8%; oil, 17.4.

Contact: Foundation Seed Stocks Division, 605-688-5418.

Stine Seed Co. -– S0846-4 (late) gives:

Excellent emergence; very good standability.

Very good PRR tolerance.

Very good IDC tolerance.

Protein, 35.3%; oil, 18.7%.

Asgrow Seed Co. – AG0501 (mid) features:

PRR resistance (Rps1k); above-average tolerance to race 25.

Average tolerance to IDC.

Excellent standability and emergence.

Very good yield potential; earlier companion to AG0801.

Protein, 36%; oil, 19%.

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