RELATIVE MATURITY:

113

Trait(s):

SSRIB

Genuity® SmartStax® RIB Complete® corn blend

Key Strengths

  • Has shown excellent performance across local field trials
  • Good choice as a dual-purpose grain or silage product
  • Use on most soil types in the southern half of Iowa
  • To help maximize performance potential, push plant populations

Characteristics

GROWTH
HEAT AND DROUGHT TOLERANCE 3
GREENSNAP 4
RELATIVE PLANT HEIGHT T
RELATIVE EAR HEIGHT M
ROOT STRENGTH 4
STALK STRENGTH 4
DISEASES
GREY LEAF SPOT TOLERANCE 5
GOSS'S WILT 6
MANAGEMENT
GDUS TO BLACK LAYER 2825
PLANTING
EMERGENCE 3

Value Added Traits:

SS = SmartStax® corn

SSRIB = SmartStax® RIB Complete corn blend

VT2P = VT Double PRO® corn

DGVT2P = DroughtGard® Hybrids with VT Double PRO® corn

VT2PRIB = VT Double PRO® RIB Complete® corn blend

DGVT2PRIB = DroughtGard® Hybrids with VT Double PRO® RIB Complete® corn blend

VT3P = Genuity® VT Triple PRO® corn

DGVT3P = DroughtGard® Hybrids with Genuity® VT Triple PRO® corn

VT3PRIB = Genuity® VT Triple PRO® RIB Complete® corn blend

DGVTPRIB = DroughtGard® Hybrids with Genuity® VT Triple PRO® RIB Complete® corn blend

RR2 = Roundup Ready® corn 2

HFC = Processor Preferred® High Fermentable Corn exhibits the characteristics desired by dry mill ethanol plants

HES = Processor Preferred® High Extractable Starch exhibits the characteristics desired by wet millers

Codes:

L = Low
S = Short
M-S = Medium-Short
M = Medium
M-MH = Medium-Medium High
M-H = Medium-High
MH-H = Medium High-High
M-L = Medium-Low
MT = Medium-Tall
T = Tall
H = High
R = Resistant
S = Susceptible

GDU (Growing Degree Unit):

Although maturity of one corn product relative to another remains reasonably consistent, the actual number of calendar days from planting to any given point of plant development varies with temperature, day length, rate and date of planting, soil fertility and other environmental factors. All GDU values calculated are from the time of planting.

 

Rating Scale:

1 = Excellent        9 = Poor
The ratings are approximate and should not be considered as absolute. Based on Monsanto conducted trials relative to other brand corn.

Diplodia Ear Rot Rating Scale:

AA = Above Average
A = Average
BA = Below Average

Herbicide Class Ratings:

Ratings are based on observations and research using herbicides at and above labeled rates to simulate extreme environmental conditions, misapplication and adverse soil pH or organic content.
A = Acceptable
Either no adverse effects from the corn product/herbicide combination were noted on any traits or only slight damage could be noted under adverse conditions or herbicide application at higher than label rates.
C = Caution
The corn product/herbicide combination is usually not a problem if sprayed according to label directions, but can result in plant height reduction, stand loss and suspected yield loss under very adverse environmental conditions, high rates, or extreme soil pH levels or organic content. Use drop nozzle spraying for postemergence herbicides or plant in warm soils for incorporated herbicides to avoid interactions.
W = Warning
Not advised - this corn product/herbicide combination should not be used under any circumstance.

 

Local Performance Results

Other Products

RELATIVE MATURITY:

114

TRAIT:

SSRIB

Key Strengths

  • Full season product that has shown a yield punch!
  • Plant in medium to high yield environments
  • Handles southern Iowa heat & stress well
  • Dual purpose silage option with exceptional staygreen

RELATIVE MATURITY:

112

TRAIT:

SSRIB

Key Strengths

  • Excellent early season agronomics with strong yield potential
  • Excellent stalks and roots
  • Strong overall disease package with very good drydown
  • Large plantability footprint from east to west across Iowa

RELATIVE MATURITY:

111

TRAIT:

SSRIB

Key Strengths

  • Has shown top end performance across more productive soils
  • Top ratings for multiple leaf and stalk diseases.
  • Best performance seen in central & southern Iowa
  • Has shown consistent ear size
  • Can perform across most plant populations