Relative Maturity:

  Conventional

Features & Benefits

  • Leafy Corn Silage hybrid for full-season markets

  • Very attractive, showy hybrid that will catch the eye of even the most experienced silage harvester

  • Tonnage and feed quality that will surpass leading silage competitors

  • Very good starch content and digestibility for maximum milk production

  • Easy ration adaptability

  • Tonnage and feed quality characteristics are enhanced at moderate planting populations

Characteristics

GDU to Mid-Silk:
GDU to Black Layer:
Pollination for Maturity:

Region Adaptability

Agronomics

Greensnap: 
Stalks: 
Roots: 
Early Vigor: 
Drought Tolerance: 
Silage Yield: 
Feed Quality: Very Good

Soil Placement

Course (Droughty):
Medium:
Heavy (Well Drained):
Heavy (Poorly Drained):
Variable:

Disease Tolerance

Northern Leaf Blight:
Gray Leaf Spot:
Southern Leaf Blight:
Goss’s Wilt:
Common Rust:
Southern Rust:

Rotation Management

Rotated Acres:
Continuous Corn:
Continuous Corn with Fungicide:

Water Management

Full Irrigation:
Limited Irrigation:
Rainfed:
Dryland (Stress):

Management Response

Added Management: 
Fungicide Response: 
Average Management Response: 
Low Management: 

INTEGRA

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87194 494th Avenue
O'Neill, NE 68763