Strengths

109RM product with very good fiber digestibility for silage use

Widely adapted west to east in the 110-115 RM zones; moves south well

Flowers late but dries down fast

Proceed with caution using sulfonylurea herbicides

Product Details

    3% of starch
    3ivsd7hr
    3milk per acre
    3milk per ton
    2
    ndfd 24 hrexcellent
    2
    ndfd 30 hrexcellent
    3silage yield
    2
    undf240excellent

    2780gdus to black layer
    1320gdus to mid-pollination
    109relative maturity

    PoorExcellent
    Fear flex (grain yield per plant)
    MHear height
    MTplant height

    PoorExcellent

    W,C,Efocus area

    Agrowth regulators sensitivity
    Apigment inhibitors sensitivity
    Csulfonylureas sensitivity

    20kernel row
    4emergence
    SSRIBtrait
    3% lignin
    3% ndf
    01070315variety

    For RIB products, all product details listed above are for the major component of the blended product.

    Local Rating Scale
    • starHighly Recommended
    • add moderatorRecommended with Management
    • flagUse with Management
    • unionNot Recommended
    • new releasesNew Product
    National Rating Scale
    1 = Excellent, 9 = Poor, NR = Not Recommended, - = data is insufficient at this time.
    Herbicide Sensitivity
    A = Acceptable, C = Caution, W = Warning. Environmental conditions may cause herbicide interactions different than indicated for a particular growing season.
    Herbicide Tolerance
    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.
    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.

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