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Corn Seed

94 RM
194-14VT2PRIB
  • Has shown consistent yield across environments
  • Adapted west to east in the 90-95 RM zones
  • Very good yield potential at M to ML plant populations
  • Adaptable to corn and soybean rotations; corn rootworm management required if follows corn; very good potential across all yield levels but excels at levels above 160 bu/A
92 RM
192-07R
  • High yield potential in this dual-purpose product
  • Adapted west to east in the 90-95 RM zones with good north to south movement
  • Good overall plant health, drydown and late-season intactness
  • Fast drydown allows for early harvest
92 RM
192-08VT2PRIB
  • High yield potential in this dual-purpose product
  • Adapted west to east in the 90-95 RM zones with good north to south movement
  • Good overall plant health, drydown and late-season intactness
  • Fast drydown allows for early harvest
107 RM
207-27STXRIB
  • Has shown solid performance with top-end yield potential and great disease package
  • Best fit east to west in the 105-110 RM zones; good southern movement
  • Medium plant stature with lower ear placement; attractive plant type in the field; very good stay green makes it a good silage option
  • Plant at M to MH populations; stalks and health support higher density; adapted to most rotations
110 RM
210-26STXRIB
  • Outstanding top-end yield performance potential
  • Widely adapted west to east in 110-115 RM zones
  • Dries down a little slower when moving north
  • Yield response to density is minimal above 36,000 ppa; has shown solid stalks and roots even as density increases; good choice for corn-on-corn or rotated acres
106 RM
206-11STXRIB
  • Superb yield performance potential with solid agronomic package
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Exercise caution when using Sulfonylurea based herbicides
  • Keep populations medium to medium high. Great choice for corn on corn. In heavy GLS areas may benefit from fungicide application.

Silage Seed

106 RM
206-11STXRIB
  • Superb yield performance potential with solid agronomic package
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Exercise caution when using Sulfonylurea based herbicides
  • Keep populations medium to medium high. Great choice for corn on corn. In heavy GLS areas may benefit from fungicide application.
101 RM
201-05DGVT2PRIB
  • Versatile plant with excellent yield potential
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Tends to emerge slow but uniform with great seedling vigor
  • Very good flex in moderate yielding conditions but also very strong response to population in favorable environments: push population on high fertility soils following beans for top end yield
102 RM
202-20STXRIB
  • Has shown very stable yield performance across yield levels
  • Broadly adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Great roots and late season appearance
  • Adapted to most crop rotations and management; keep plant population medium
96 RM
196-40STXRIB
  • Solid yield performance potential
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 95-100 RM zones
  • Dual purpose grain/silage potential
  • Excellent choice for corn on corn or rotated fields. It has good ear flex, so plant populations can be kept in the lower ranges

Soybean Seed

1.8 RM
1818R2X
  • Well-rounded soybean showing good performance in MN, ND and SD
  • Strong disease package
0.8 RM
0807R2
  • Late Maturity Group 0 SCN product with good stress and IDC tolerance
  • Adapted to North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota and Wisconsin
  • Productive in multiple row widths and with stronger performance in clay/sandy loam soil types
  • SCN resistance with very good stress and IDC tolerance
2.0 RM
2017R2X
  • Robust Roundup Ready 2 Xtend® soybean with impressive yield potential
  • Wide area of adaptation
  • Strong emergence, good fit for no-till production
  • 3a PRR gene with good field tolerance; avoid WM prone fields
1.3 RM
1318R2X
  • Good performance potential across most soils and environments • Broad fit across MN, ND and SD
  • Broad fit across MN, ND and SD
  • SCN resistance with Excellent BSR

Alfalfa Seed

4.0 FD
C4013
  • Excellent yield and forage quality potential
  • Very fast recovery after cutting for those growers who cut more frequently under an intensive management system
  • Excellent disease resistance for all major alfalfa diseases, DRI of 30 of 30
  • Excellent winterhardiness rating
  • Highly resistant to stem nematode
3.7 FD
RR408
  • Excellent winterhardiness to help maintain stand persistence under tough conditions
  • Very good multifoliate index
  • Very fast regrowth after cutting for intensely managed stands that are cut more frequently
  • Highly resistant to Aphanomyces Race 2
  • Excellent forage yield potential and forage quality

Field Checkup Series

Seeds Of Success–Every season begins with a customized plan. Your Seedsman will take into account your ideal planting window, specific soil conditions from field to field and how to make that work with weather conditions.

  • Track Field History
  • Discuss planting expectations
  • Evaluate field conditions
  • Conduct stand counts
  • Note insect issues

A Healthy Start

As plants take root, your Seedsman will provide a personal consultation to set you up for success-scouting for nutrient deficiencies, checking for foliar diseases and inspecting for insect and weed pressure.

  • Scout for nutrient deficiency
  • Check for foliar disease
  • Inspect for weeds
  • Note insect issues

Watch the Plant. Watch out for Pests and Weeds.

This Field Check Up Series stage focuses on plant development and overall plant health. Your Seedsman will evaluate the plant, looking for signs of heat, moisture issues and any nutrient deficiencies. This is also when pests and weeds can arrive in full force, so we need to be ready to respond if pressure is high.

  • Evaluate pollination
  • Complete weed evaluation
  • Dig and compare roots
  • Evaluate node/root mass
  • Collect soil samples
  • Measure plant stands
  • Recommend fungicides

The Home Stretch

This stage of the Field Check Up Series includes final preparations and inspections for harvest. We're evaluating plant health and monitoring final development of crops.

  • Estimate yields
  • Develop harvest schedule
  • Weigh side-by- sides
  • Develop combine call list
  • Evaluate harvest goals
  • Provide Custom Crop Report

Climate FieldView™

Does the listening so you can get the most out of every acre.

Each farm is different. Every field is unique. Use FieldView™ year round to make data driven decisions to maximize your return on every acre. We’re your data partner to seamlessly collect, store, and visualize critical field data, monitor and measure the impact of your agronomic decisions on crop performance, and manage your field variability by building customized fertility and seeding plans for your fields to optimize yield and maximize profit.

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MICHAEL DENHERDER

81653 295th St
Hollandale, MN 56045

(507) 383-1078