1.8 MG soybean that brings excellent yield potential to the late 1 Channel XtendFlex® lineup
Excellent Iron Deficiency Chlorosis tolerance
Medium tall plant with average standability
- adaptationnarrow rowexpand_more
- agronomics(emergence + 3 more)expand_more
- disease tolerance(brown stem rot + 4 more)expand_more
- other(herbicide tolerant trait + 3 more)expand_more
XFherbicide tolerant trait
PI 88788source var. of scn resistance
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- Highly Recommended
- Recommended with Management
- Use with Management
- Not Recommended
- New Product
Local Rating Scale
National Rating Scale1 = Excellent, 9 = Poor, NR = Not Recommended, - = data is insufficient at this time.
Herbicide SensitivityA = Acceptable, C = Caution, W = Warning. Environmental conditions may cause herbicide interactions different than indicated for a particular growing season.
Herbicide ToleranceRatings are based on observations and research using herbicides at labeled and above labeled rates to simulate extreme environmental conditions, misapplication and adverse soil pH or organic content.
GDU (Growing Degree Unit)Ratings are based on observations and research using herbicides at labeled and above labeled rates to simulate extreme environmental conditions, misapplication and adverse soil pH or organic content.
- 1.5 MG XtendFlex® soybean that brings excellent yield potential
- Very good Sudden Death Syndrome, Sclerotinia White Mold and Iron Deficiency Chlorosis tolerances
- Excellent standability
- Very good Sudden Death Syndrome and Sclerotinia White Mold tolerances
- 1.9 RM XtendFlex® soybean that brings a well-rounded disease tolerance package with excellent yield potential
- Very good Iron Deficiency Chlorosis, Brown Stem Rot, and Phytophthora Root Rot tolerances
- Medium-bushy plant type with good standability
- 2.0 MG XtendFlex® soybean that comes with a complete agronomics package
- Stable and consistent performance potential
- Outstanding tolerance ratings in key diseases - Phytophthora root Rot, Iron Deficiency Chlorosis, Sclerotinia White Mold, and Sudden Death Syndrome