1808R2's were available in limited supply for this planting season. So far I have been impressed with their aggressive early growth, superior disease tolerance, and large seed size. The pictures are from a ridge soil above Rockland. After defoliation the beans stand waist high. This variety will be available in full supply for the 2016 planting season.
I picked one representative ear from each variety in the Tomah Channel corn plot. This is an amazing plot that I expect will average well over 200 bushels per acre. The 92-96 day hybrids were black layered. The 97 day hybrids should be by weeks end. Varieties are from left to right 197-68, 197-50, 196-77, P9644, 195-58, 194-14, 192-09.
202-64 a very tall 102 day hybrid offers unmatched silage yield for its maturity. This product has a long flex ear that maintains high grain yield at 35-37k plant populations. The plant health and the hybrids ability to maintain proper harvest moisture for a long period of time makes it very forgiving during long harvest seasons. If you are growing corn for silage this is a must plant!