These ratings are useful as indicators of potential product performance under normal conditions. They should not be considered a guarantee of future performance.
- Consistent yield performance across a wide area of adaptability
- Fast drydown after later black layer
- Compact hybrid that resists green snap and maintains late season plant integrity
- A great late-harvest option
Laboratory-identified grain trait(s) for this hybrid family.
Widely adaptable across soil types. Responds well to higher plant populations. Good choice for an early hybrid south of Zones 1 and 2. Great late harvest option.
LOW CEC (<10); OM <1.5%; low water-holding capacity; non-irrigated sand; marginal productivity; drought prone.
CEC 11–18; OM 1.5-3.5%; well-drained; silt loam; high productivity.
High CEC (>18); OM >3.5%; poorly-drained; high clay content; gumbo; muck.
Soils that have the potential to remain saturated for prolonged periods; side hill seeps; gumbo muck.
Plant Physiology and Health
|GDUs To Black Layer||L, 2600|
|Days to Pollination||70|
|GDUs to Pollination||E, 1220|
|Green Snap Resistance||8|
|Goss' Wilt Tolerance||5|
|Gray Leaf Spot Tolerance||6|
|NLB, Race O, Tolerance||8|
|Stewarts Leaf Blight Tolerance||-|
Numerical ratings are based on comparisons among Wyffels hybrids of like maturity where 1 = Low, 5 = Avg, and 9 = High expressions of a trait