WE ONLY CHAMPION THE BEST CORN TRAITS AND GENETICS
It’s all in the name: Champion Seed. As one of the fastest growing independent seed companies in the country, we have the freedom to select from a wide range of corn genetic platforms and trait packages — giving us the ability to match corn genetics and traits right down to the county level. This means the corn seed you plant is best suited for the growing conditions in your fields.
What types of genetics and traits do we Champion? Strong stalks and outstanding standability. Nobody wants cornstalks falling over in the field. Drought tolerance. Corn in need of water will underperform. So in years when your fields end up a few inches short of rain, Champion Seed corn can still power through. And of course, disease pressure resistance. There’s always something new ready to attack your corn crop. The right traits help protect against uncertainty.
Take some time to browse through our online seed catalog and contact your local Champion Seed dealer when you’re ready to select corn traits and genetics right down to the county level.
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Maturity leader for emergence, agronomics and Goss’ Wilt.
Excited about the performance in that Hwy 200 to Hwy 2 corridor and moving West.
Great earlier option to pair with 35A20.
Extremely consistent and stable hybrid.
Proven performance East to West, from Red River Valley to the Missouri River.
The drought tolerance, ear flex and Goss’ Wilt it takes to be a lead product along Hwy 281.
Tremendous option for that farmer looking for LOTS of dry grain.
Very high yield potential that responds with higher planting populations.
Best East of Hwy 1 in ND into MN, needs proper management when moving West.
Best emergence and early season vigor in this book.
Excellent plant health and ear flex that allow doe planting in many environments.
Great partner product for 36A20 in the East and 35A20 out West.
Ascending hybrid that gets better every time we see it.
Doesn’t flinch in the poorly drained soils of the Valley or the drought-prone soils in Central Dakotas.
As agronomically sound a hybrid as you’ll find.
All the tools it takes to be a lead hybrid across the Dakotas.
Great flex on extremely girthy ear with kernel depth.
Keep off poorly draining soils with average emergence.
Extremely high-yielding product over multiple years of testing on many soil types.
Good stress tolerance with consistent ear placement.
Very good early vigor scores for no-till and early planting.
Extremely reliable hybrid that doesn’t shy away from poorly drained soils.
Expect peak performance in the medium to heavier soils of the Red River Valley and South in MN.
Great emergence followed by strong stalks and roots.
An industry leader for Goss’ Wilt tolerance and late season intactness.
Exceptional stress tolerance and ear flex.
Love the fit for Northern SD and Western Richland, Sargent and Dickey counties in ND.
Tall, flashy plant type that’ll stop you in your tracks.
Northern movement is encouraged because of early flowering and great drydown.
Racehorse-type hybrid that responds well to intensive management.
Top end yield in a genetic package that moves south very well
Great plan health and late season intactness
Consistent performance across a wide range of yield environments
Great yield stability across most management and fertility programs.
Flex ear allows for a wide range of planting populations.
This hybrid has great late season intactness and produces a very girthy ear.
Racehorse hybrid at this maturity.
Excellent seedling vigor for no-till ground and early planting.
Top end yield and great drydown.
Very solid agronomic package to complement its bin busting yield.
Very good stalk and roots, very good greensnap rating, and excellent test weight.
First-in-class, early-season vigor for early planting and no-till fields.
Yield, agronomics, and adaptability make this a must plant hybrid.
Good Goss’ Wilt and very good greensnap scores for Western geographies.
Great standability and excellent early plant vigor scores.
Ear flex and standability make it a very adaptable hybrid to most management and fertility programs.
Excellent appearance and standability.
Goss’ Wilt and greensnap scores allow for Western adaptation.
Top performing hybrid east to west
Excellent Goss’ Wilt, greensnap, and drought tolerance for western geographies
Great standability through late fall
All about the yield.
Responds very well to fungicide application.
Moves south well; Great early plant vigor and greensnap ratings.
Yield and plant health make this a must plant hybrid.
Excellent standability and great early season vigor.
Plant at higher populations for optimum performance.
58A21 VT2 Pro RIB New!
Top end yield across a wide geography
Best positioned for well drained soils and benefits from a fungicide
Very good early plant vigor for early planting and no-till fields
Widely adapted hybrid that fits most management and fertility programs.
Great standability paired with good greensnap resistance.
Works very well as an early season hybrid in Southern geographies.
The new 111-day hybrid to beat.
Excellent agronomics and outstanding yield.
Low risk, high reward hybrid.
Industry leading yield with an excellent defensive package.
Great stalk and roots, excellent test weight.
Consistent performance on all soil types, responds to higher nitrogen management for increased performance.
62A21 VT2 Pro RIB New!
High yielding genetics with a strong agronomic package
Maximize yield with increased planting populations
Very good disease package and plant health