Soybeans

  • This is the bean everyone wants. It stands, it yields, and it works wherever you put it. 
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  • GT-427CR2 This is an early group IV that works from Kansas to Maryland and from Illinois to the Delta.
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  • 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.
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  • GT-428CLL is a high yielding liberty bean in an aggressive growing plant.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.

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  • GT-4540XS A very versatile number for the southern Midwest, Delta and back East.
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  • GT-4628X The tawny Xtend bean you’ve been looking for on mixed to clay soils to deliver consistently huge yields.
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  • This is that rare soybean that works on clays and loams alike with tremendous results.
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  • 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.
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  • GT-4685XS Super-versatile line that can go from the Midwest to the East Coast and onto the mixed-loam soils of the Delta.
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  • GT-468CLL is best positioned as a high top-end variety with stress tolerance.
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  • 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.
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  • 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.

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  • GT-473CGO  is a high yielding glyphosate-resistant variety that works well on clay but even better on loams and sand.
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  • GT-4743ES A rugged bean for the southern clays. It puts up a lot of yield on those clay soils with the help of a large plant type and protection from Stem Canker. It performs well in the presence of Frog Eye and SDS. It is the type that consistently sets yield records.
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  • GT-4763LLGT An exciting line because of its top performance over a wide area! It is very uniform and very pretty. It is a great choice for clays in the Mid-South and South but has enough standability for mixed soils too. It has resistance to BSR and Stem Canker and is an excluder.
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  • GT-477CR2 Super yielder! Performs well over all soil types.
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  • 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.

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  • GT-4809X Tremendous yield potential in a very unique genetic package.
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  • GT-4828X  Impressive yield potential on Delta clay soils and back East.
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  • GT-4833XS Massive yield potential for clay soils in the Delta.
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  • 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.
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  • GT-485CRS is great looking with some height and branching.
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  • 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.

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  • 494CLL A variety that feels right at home when it gets south of I-70, and it should. Its got the right plant size, disease package and agronomics to fit most any soil from there to the Gulf.
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  • 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.
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  • GT-4979X A rare, huge area of adaptation.
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  • GT-501CLS. Talk about a bean that has the bases covered!
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  • GT-5076ES A line that really rings the bell in the Delta, Mid-south. Its yield is really impressive and carries that strength onto the more challenging soils as well. It has the height you need for clays. The Stem Canker and Frog Eye protection add consistency. Of course, the Enlist herbicide program is a real benefit too.
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