Field test results that stand out!

For the 2017-2018 season, new field test results for corn in Quebec, eastern Ontario, and the United States clearly identifies three ELITE hybrids that stand out in the market for late-season corn varieties.

Discover - or rediscover – these three most promising options:

E69G92 R

2950 HU |   

Dominant in the 2900 HU zone, with yields of + 481 kg/ha* 

Comparing with high-yielding hybrids from Dekalb and Pioneer only confirms its dominant position amongst late season varieties:

* Field test results in Quebec and Eastern Ontario as of November 6, 2017. Yield in kg/ha corrected to 15.5% moisture. Your results may vary. Test weights are taken at harvest time on a wet basis. The yield advantage is calculated at $200/mt at 15.5% moisture minus $1.60 per moisture point/mt for drying.

 

E67H92 R * NEW

2900 HU |   

The rising star in the 2900 HU zone, with yields of + 342 kg/ha **

The same exercise also lends itself to E67H92 R corn; good hybrids from Dekalb and Pioneer do not even come close:

** Results from field tests in Canada and the USA on November 6, 2017. Yield in kg/ha corrected to 15.5% moisture. Your results may vary. Test weights are taken at harvest time on a wet basis. The yield advantage is calculated at $200/mt at 15.5% moisture minus $1.60 per moisture point/mt for drying.

 

E65G82 R

2850 HU |  

The new standard for the 2850 HU zone, with yields of + 452 kg/ha ***

Lastly, the E65G82 R hybrid continues to prove its performance - and even more so when compared to equivalent corn varieties:

*** Results from field tests in Canada and the USA on November 6, 2017. Yield in kg/ha corrected to 15.5% moisture. Your results may vary. Test weights are taken at harvest time on a wet basis. The yield advantage is calculated at $200/mt at 15.5% moisture minus $1.60 per moisture point/mt for drying.

 

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