Hybrid Overview

VARIETY CHARACTERISTICS

Ear Type

Semi-Determinate

Cob Color

Red

KEY STRENGTHS

Strong yielder with quick drydown. Fits well in Minnesota and all the way west into Montana. Fast emergence in the spring with very stable roots and stalks through the season.

MANAGEMENT TIPS

This hybrid can handle the variable ground well and adds great lower-end yield stability (i.e. it won’t make you look bad). Performs best when populations are above 25,000, which can also be said for most hybrids. It’s corn that will stand much better than most other 79 day hybrids out there. Plant it with confidence.

MATURITY

GDUs to Mid-pollination

980

GDUs to Black Layer

1950

Pollination for Maturity

Early

Hybrid Charts

DISEASE RESISTANCE

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Cob Color

Southern Leaf Blight

Northern Leaf Blight

Eye Spot

Goss’s Wilt

Southern Rust

HYBRID AGRONOMICS

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Diplodia Stalk Rot

Test Weight

Staygreen

Stalk Rating

Root Rating

Early Plant Vigor

Plot Performance

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Videos

Darren Hefty discusses Hefty Brand H2922 development late in the season.

Photos

Photos will be added as they come in from the field.