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HT-7105 takes high yields to another level. It has very good roots and stalks along with greensnap tolerance, which aids standability the entire seasonHT-7148 An incredible yielding hybrid that responds well to higher management.HT-6887 A flex-ear hybrid that can handle some heat and drought stress and contribute very high yields. It has the unique genetics to companion well with other Great Heart hybrids. The emergence strength and disease package allow it to work in many situations.HT-6037 is a moderate-statured hybrid that works great as a high production grain number. Its agronomics and disease ratings support the high yield potential, although a fungicide application may be rewarding. Ultimately this hybrid’s performance will impress you in high yield environments with adequate management.HT-7044 is an easy corn to position on your farm due to its versatility but is probably going to please you the most when used as a high yield product. Tremendous yield records show that this hybrid can be pushed with population, fertility and fungicide to give excellent returns on investment, but it has durability as well.HT-7393 makes producers happy by turning in very high yields time after time. It is not your first choice for extreme drought or rust tolerance, but if those are not annual concerns then it should be considered a first choice for you. The emergence, standability and yield are what brings it to the table.HT-6583 is a lot of yield in a lot of different places. Can tolerate drought conditions deep into the Midwest. Good pick for greensnap-prone areas. The disease package gives you confidence although it will respond well to fungicide use as well as other high management procedures.HT-7499 is a big yielder from the Midwest to the Gulf. The disease package is complete and has a good husk cover. Its dependability across so many soils and farming practices makes it a favorite. It is a hybrid that can wait in the field a while and is also good in silage applications.When you plant HT-7571, you are going for high yields. Looking at the disease ratings and agronomics you will find it is acceptable. The test weight is heavy, and the drought tolerance is good. However, when you put HT-7571 in the planter we all know you are going after new yield records.HT-7192 is a consistent top performer in many situations that can take it when things get tough. A hybrid that carries top yield potential in the corn belt on into the Delta. It has some plant size, but it also has the stalks to support it and a medium-low ear placement. You can really use a wide range of populations with this hybrid.