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Blend that pairs the best defense with top performance.
Full resistance to stem canker and brown stem rot, plus stress tolerance.
“Go-anywhere” product for NE, IA & IL.
Wide and bushy plant style that stands.
Disease profile that’s hard to come by.
Expect consistent performance across environments.
Bushy and branchy with season-long standability.
Outstanding and well-rounded defensive traits.
Sets a new bar for conventionals in this maturity group.
Tremendous in all environments.
Handles stress like a true Champion.
Stem Canker resistant.
A great standing line with great early-season vigor.
Complete and solid defensive traits.
Contains the frogeye leaf spot gene.
Nice combination of offense and defense – a plus for variable ground.
Fights for yield on tough ground with superior stress tolerance.
Works in any row width with excellent standability.
NE, IA & MO; Goes everywhere.
Medium-statured bean that maintains its height in tougher soils.
Handles tighter soils well.
Medium tall, bushy plant with average standability.
Low to medium planting populations are recommended.
Full resistance to stem canker & brown stem rot.
Plant style perfect for 15″ or 30″ rows.
Solid defensive traits.
105% of the national test average.
Excels in all soil types.
Great Sudden Death Syndrome + Frog Eye + Phytophthora Root Rot tolerance.
Good standing line with nice height.
Stem canker resistant plus strong frogeye tolerance.
Consistent and tough product, perfect for variable ground.
Strong, consistent performance with flexible placement.
Expect yields that match new traited products.
Best kept north of I-70 and in 15″ or greater row widths.
Broadly adapted and well-suited to Nebraska and Missouri acres.
Excellent stress tolerance.
Quick to canopy.
Tall soybean line with a moderate canopy.
Out-yielded 40X98N in 72% of head-to-head comparisons.
Full resistance to stem canker as well as good SDS and phytophthora protection.
A brawny soybean line with tons of branching and sturdy legs.
2016 SDS testing was fantastic.
No gene for phytophthora, but it is exhibiting good field tolerance.
Versatile, consistent performance.
Well suited to Missouri and Illinois.
Stem canker resistant.