Through the power of Corteva Agriscience, Mycogen Seeds is delivering more new, advanced and proven genetics than ever before. Mycogen now has access to one of the largest genetics library in the industry and is backed by best-in-class people, who are focused on helping you grow.
More choices for soybeans
The Mycogen® brand soybean portfolio offers more options with more volume in all maturity zones than ever before. Our 60 new soybean varieties are available with your choice of every major herbicide trait technology on the market, including Enlist E3™. We launched 14 Mycogen brand Enlist E3 varieties in 2019 and we’re excited to expand to 40 varieties for 2020.
New, elite corn hybrids with proven yield
The 2020 class of Mycogen brand corn features 42 new hybrids with an infusion of new germplasm that has an average 9 bu./A yield advantage across the Corn Belt over previous Mycogen brand hybrids.1 Through innovation from Corteva Agriscience, we continue to introduce advanced genetics with the latest trait packages, including Qrome®. Qrome is the most advanced technology for in-plant protection available on the market as it protects against yield-robbing insects above and below ground.
New Mycogen brand hybrids offer industry-leading technology and the potential to increase yield on your farm. Results from IMPACT™ (Instensively Managed Product Advancement, Characterization and Testing) tesing demonstrate impressive yield increases over previous Mycogen brand hybrids.
Contact your local ag retailer to discuss which Mycogen® brand products work best for your farm.
1Data is an overall summary of combined, multiyear IMPACT™ (Intensively Managed Product Advancement, Characterization and Testing) plot trials. Multiyear and multilocation information is a better predictor of future performance. Product responses are variable and subject to any number of environmental, disease and pest pressures.
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