DKC65-95RIB BRAND BLEND

Locally recommended by your Agronomist Jamie Long for [zipcode]
Relative Maturity

115

115
Trait
Genuity® VT Double PRO® RIB Complete® corn blend
Key Strengths
  • Excellent grain quality and test weight
  • Strong roots and stalks provide good standability
  • Has shown good performance on both irrigated and dryland acres
  • Strong drought tolerance allows placement on most acres
  • Avoid using in fields with a history of Goss' Wilt
  • Plant at medium to medium high populations
Local Key Ratings
  • Full Circle Highly Recommended
  • Half Circle Recommended with Management
  • Empty Circle Use with Management
  • Red X Not Recommended
  • New Product New Product
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These ratings are approximate and should not be considered as absolute. Based on Monsanto conducted trials realtive to other DEKALB® brand corn.

Rating Scale: 1 = Excellent; 9 = Poor; - = None

Codes: L = Low; S = Short; M-S = Medium - Short; M = Medium; M-MH = Medium - Medium High; M-H = Medium High; M-L = Medium-Low; M-T = Medium Tall; MH-H = Medium High - High; T = Tall; H = High

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.

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 reductions, 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 to avoid interactions.

W = Warning
Not advised–this corn product/herbicide combination should not be used under any circumstances.

GDU (Growing Degree Unit)
Although maturity of one corn product relative to another remains reasonably constant, 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.
 

AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICSexpand_more
RESPONSE TO HIGH POPULATIONS Plus Icon
CORN ON CORN Star Icon
POORLY DRAINED SOILS Plus Icon
RESPONSE TO FOLIAR FUNGICIDE Plus Icon
REDUCED TILLAGE Plus Icon
HIGH YIELD ENVIRONMENT Star Icon
LOW YIELD ENVIRONMENT Star Icon
MEDIUM YIELD ENVIRONMENT Star Icon
LOCAL RECOMMENDED PLANTING RATEexpand_more
140 - 160 BU/A 28-30
160 - 180 BU/A 30-33
180 - 200 BU/A 32-34
200 - 220 BU/A 33-36
220 - 240 BU/A 34-37
240 - 260 BU/A 35-37
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