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MY76N21 RM 76

Overview

  • Very early flowering hybrid for northern adaptation with high yield potential.
  • Avoid planting in areas of high pressure to Gosss wilt.
  • Very good emergence and early vigor for all reduced tillage applications.
  • Best-adapted to sub 79-day maturity range environments, avoid moving south of target maturity range.
  • Good late-season health and plant integrity make it a good candidate for delayed harvest.
  • Strong roots and good tolerance to greensnap to support western adaptation.

Traits

Key:
Highly Suitable - Key Strength
Suitable - Meets Standards
Caution - Manage Appropriately
Strong Caution - Limitation
Rating Not Available

Diseases

Anthracnose Stalk Rot

Diplodia Ear Rot

Fusarium Ear Rot

Gibberella Ear Rot

Goss's Wilt

Gray Leaf Spot

Northern Corn Leaf Blight

Southern Corn Leaf Blight

Southern Corn Rust

Soil Adaptability

Clay Soils

Poorly Drained Soils

Sandy Soils

Characteristics

Cob ColorRed

Ear FlexSemi-Flex

Ear HeightModerately Low

Physiological Maturity GDUs1960.000

Plant HeightShort

Silk GDUs0.000

Stalk DrydownModerate-Slow

Crop Rotation

Continuous Corn

Corn/Soybean

Planting/Harvest

Delayed Harvest

Early Planting

Late Planting

Agronomics

Drought Tolerance

Green Snap

High pH Soil Tolerance

Husk Cover

Root Strength

Stalk Strength

Staygreen

Stress Emergence

Test Weight

Population Recommendation

High Population

Low Population

Moderate Population

Very High Population

Very Low Population

Yield Environments

Highly Productive

Low/Stress

Moderate

Fungicide Response

Moderate Fungicide Response