GT-491CG is a durable soybean built to withstand many stresses. As a salt excluder with resistance to frogeye, root knot and reniform it certainly has a unique disease package. It also comes with a moderate height but a wide canopy to shade the ground quickly, plus it performs on all soils. A variety that can work for you.
GT-293CLL There are so many soil borne diseases that plague high yielding soybean fields. GT-293 CLL is the variety you want to handle those issues and bring in maximum production. A late II with top yields and is durable under pressure.
GT-452CLL has a huge area it covers with top performance. With high yields from the mid-west through the Delta and on out to the east coast this is the Liberty to plant. Its adaptability is due in part to its strong emergence and broad canopy. The performance is carried further by its strong disease ratings.
GT-4782B is a high yielding variety that can stand some adverse conditions. It carries a great phytophthora package along with durability against frog eye, stem canker, and SDS. The plant has a good balance of overall size and standability.
GT-3325X is a tall, wide plant that canopies the wide rows and stands up in the narrow rows. At the same time it carries a good disease package and stress tolerance. Overall you get a variety you can count on to post consistently high yields on many soil types.
GT-3711XS is a great choice for high yield with extra durability if needed. Its strong standability will support it if growing conditions are better than expected, yet the fast canopy and plant size maintain yields in tough years. A unique set of consistent genetics that you can build your program around.
GT-3926X has the genetics behind it for consistently high production year after year. It will do well in multiple row widths, different population settings and varying soil types. It has stress tolerance and high yield capabilities. A variety that will make you happy you have on the farm.
GT-4231XS This is an interesting variety. It beats all the racehorses for yield, but it is built into a large defensive plant type. The pedigree on it explains part of the story as it comes from some of our most successful lines ever. More of the reasons are explained in the agronomics. A lot of performance packed into one variety.
GT-4721X This is the one you want for clays. Big plant that canopies quick and flat out yields. It races up out of the ground to get the season started, and has a pretty good disease package to protect yield potential. It can certainly stand some abuse but can also hit new yield levels.
GT-3440E If you plant a variety to yield, this one is for you. In high and low yield testing it places at the top due to its extreme top-end yield capability and solid stress package. It gets up quickly and canopies completely. This line offers tolerance to most yield-robbing threats.
GT-3909ES is a wide-body line, which really helps in stress situations because its complete canopy helps conserve soil moisture. That combined with the Enlist® herbicide program does a great job controlling weeds too. We pick up some great phytophthora resistance in this line that helps when planted in more water-saturated prone soils.
GT-4289E A soybean that works well from the Midwest through the South. GT-4289E is a yield leader in the early group IV maturity. It has the height you need for clay soils and stands strong, even on the loam soils of the south. It offers Frogeye tolerance and Stem Canker resistance.
GT-4522E is a variety you plant because it always comes up with yields. It posted impressive yields from the lower Midwest and through the South. This line is moderate in size and carries the A gene for Phytophthora and is resistant to Stem Canker. It has a very good tolerance to Frogeye and SDS.
GT-4692ES This bean has a lock on high yields but also has strong consistency. It is best suited for the clay soils due to its height and ruggedness. It supports the yield with good Frogeye and Stem Canker protection along with moderate Metribuzin tolerance and is an excluder for salt.
GT-26 90XFS is a product that offers some durability along with yield. It has a quick stand establishment in various row spacings. It has strong phytophthora, Brown Stem Rot, and cyst nematode resistance. A great looking variety all summer that produces strong results in the fall.
GT-35 01XF has quick emergence and a lot of plant which helps it canopy completely to shade weeds and conserve moisture. The standability remains strong under that weight to ensure an easier harvest. The agronomic package includes phytophthora and cyst resistance with good protection against stem canker.
GT-46 81XFS is a real deal yielder with applications over mixed to clay soil types. Across the south, it works in the Delta and hills and carries that performance to the DelMarVa. It is an excluder for salt and carries resistance to Stem Canker, Phytophthora, and Brown Stem Rot. It gets out of the ground easily and is a good choice for no-till.
GT-48 41XFS Great looking variety that is a top performer. It works well across many soils. The emergence is outstanding and sets the stage for success early and is aided by its phytophthora resistance. The cyst resistance and Stem Canker resistance add to its consistency.
GT-49 51XF This variety is designed to be a workhorse that can handle a lot of adversity. It performs best on tough clays where other lines may struggle to perform. It offers a large plant type that maintains itself well under stress.
GT-5417X An indeterminate, medium-tall variety that stands remarkably well. It offers quick emergence and phytophthora tolerance to ensure a good start in less than ideal conditions. It’s a full canopy line that carries good Frogeye protection. The Stem Canker resistance is strong as well. It all boils down to a versatile variety with yield and consistency.
GT-2914E This line has the top end yield capability and the agronomics to protect it. It has the test plot yield numbers we need but also carries the “K” gene for Phytophthora along with high field tolerance. A strong emerging line with a large plant type that keeps going all season.
GT-3271E Big plant with height and branching. Emerges quickly and is fast to establish a complete canopy. It can handle some tough soils and doesn’t shorten down under stress. The yield potential and standability will allow you to push it on your best soils also. A top yielding earlier III.
GT-3545E / Mid Group III Great racehorse/workhorse capabilities in one variety. It has a very solid disease package concerning phytophthora, SDS, Frogeye and more. It gets up quick, has good plant size and standability. If you plant early-mid III Enlist beans, this is an easy choice.
GT-3636ES really ups the game on yield. It covers both productive acres and stressed soils very well. You can use it at all row widths and many populations. The agronomics are solid. One of those lines you just get it in the ground and let it work.
GT-4039E A beautiful line the has huge yield potential. It also has good height but still stands well. This one has a very uniform look that pods heavily. Strong emergence and early growth due in part to its phytophthora rating. A top pick for high production.
GT-4870E A wide body that can stretch across even the wide rows. It has the ability to shine on all soils with the standability to back it up. It offers great scores for Frogeye, Cercospora and Stem Canker.
GT-5049E Root Knot resistance and yield in the same bean. It has the height and branching to canopy some difficult clay soils but maintains the standability for the more loamy as well. It also carries great rating for Frogeye, Stem Canker and Cercospora.
GT-30 16XF is a tall, wide plant that canopies the wide rows and stands up in the narrow rows. At the same time it carries a good disease package and stress tolerance. Overall you get a variety you can count on to post consistently high yields on many soil types.
GT-36 44XF This rapid emerging line covers a wide geography because of its ability to perform well in so many environments. If you need a high yielding, great standing, full plant type and strong disease package this one works for you. It even carries good Metribuzin tolerance and is an excluder for salt.
GT-40 42XF This variety covers a lot of acres with its ability to handle many environments and post impressive yields. Its agronomic package will allow it to bend but seldom break and that is often the configuration for top farm yields. An easy variety to place on your farm.
GT-43 44XFS This XtendFlex/STS bean can handle some really tough situations from the Midwest, the Mid-South and through most soils in the Delta. That includes Frogeye, SDS, cyst, Stem Canker and phytophthora. Plus it’s quick to get established and consistently strong on yields.
GT-47 50XFS A high yielding variety from the Midwest south to the Delta. This line emerges well even in more saturated soils due to great phytophthora resistance. It offers good SDS tolerance and is Stem Canker resistant. You will like this one in the fall too with its very good standability even in loamy soils.
GT-37 02XF High top end yield punch throughout the group III planting zone. Noteworthy characteristics include BSR, Stem Canker and cyst nematode resistance, SDS tolerance, and excellent emergence. The kind of variety that can give you new yield records while also giving you weed control options.
GT-54 22XF This determinate really handles the concerns of the Delta and East Coast. Resistance to Stem Canker and Root Knot are accompanied by very good SDS scores. It is even an excluder for salt and has protection against phytophthora. Yes, it has all this protection and still yields well! And of course it finishes with that beautiful red color at harvest.