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HT-7425 Here is a hybrid that has huge top-end yield potential and yet the stress tolerance to still make good yields when conditions are tough; a true racehorse/workhorse hybrid.HT-7462 This hybrid sets a very high yield level on productive soil while having the durability for harsher conditions.
HT-7486 Perhaps our highest yielding hybrid. It really puts a lot of dry corn in the bin. A big plant with stalks and roots, that responds to high yield environments. HT-7486 is quick out of the ground but resists greensnap. It’s a beautiful hybrid that can even collect food grade premiums.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.HT-7516 is designed to work south of I-80 all the way to the gulf. It will bring in very high yields in better situations and still has some stress tolerance for more difficult places. The hybrid has very good grain quality and its plant type is big enough to put up some good silage tonnage too. A good number to push yields on a variety of soils.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-7564 Take advantage of this hybrid’s yield potential when conditions are good, but be reassured of its durability when conditions are not so good.HT-7676 So much top end yield potential without losing the stress tolerance needed for stability.HT-7803 If you keep in mind that this hybrid was built for extreme yield levels and treat it accordingly, you will love it.