Silage Hybrid
TMF00L05
100 RM
96-102 RM Range
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Separate Refuge Requirements

Overview

  • New genetics with strong tonnage potential.
  • Tall plant stature with a full canopy and great eye appeal.
  • Strong emergence and early vigor; good choice for reduced tillage practices.
  • Widely adapted east to west.
Management Guidelines

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Product Ratings
7-9 Good 4-6 Fair 1-3 Poor
Characteristics
Drought Tolerance
7
Early Vigor
8
Forage Yield
8
Fungicide ResponseMedium
Goss's WiltModerately Tolerant
Gray Leaf SpotNot Rated
Green Snap
8
NCLB
7
Root Strength
7
SCLBNot Rated
Stalk Strength
8
Silage Quality
Beef Index
9
Dairy Index
8
Digestible Dry Matter
7
NDF Digestibility
7
NFC Rating
7
Whole Plant Digestibility
7
Agronomics
Cob ColorRed
Ear TypeSemi-flexible
GDUs to Mid-Silk1340
Kernel TextureModerately Soft
Plant HeightTall
Stalk DrydownModerate
Positioning
HR = Highly Recommended
R = Recommended NR = Not Recommended
Planting Date
Early
HR
Late
R
Crop Rotation
Continuous Corn
HR
Corn/Soybean
HR
Tillage
Conventional
HR
No-Till
HR
Irrigation
Full
HR
High Plains Ecofallow
R
Soils
Highly Productive
HR
Light (Sandy)
R
Marginal Fertility
R
Poorly Drained
R
Population*
High
R
Low
R
Medium
HR
Very High
R
Very Low
R
*Consult a Mycogen Seeds representative for specific recommendations on planting populations.

Management Guidelines

  • High-yielding TMF silage hybrids are bred for high stover and grain components; a planned fertility program that provides adequate N, P and K throughout the season is highly recommended.
  • Excellent early season seedling characteristics will support reduced tillage practices.
  • Widely adapted east to west to various environments and soil types.
  • A strong fertility program for silage production is important to maximize tonnage and maintain the quality of the silage.
  • Monitor harvest moisture closely as harvest approaches; hybrids may be drier or wetter than physical appearance indicates.