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By going with 3378, you can be sure your corn
will stand up to the hardships of the toughest
growing seasons. Outstanding staygreen, good
tolerance to prevalent diseases and excellent
standability make 3378 one heck of a defensive
hybrid. And strong emergence and early vigor
mean it’s also a prime candidate for reduced
tillage. On most soil types and under a wide
variety of conditions, 3378 will come through
with the returns you’re after.
Growers in the east are going to be harvesting
a lot of grain when they plant this outstanding
hybrid. In 498 side-by-side comparisons over
three years, 3358 averaged 7.2 bushels per acre
more than the competition. Take a yield advan
tage like that together with excellent tolerance
to leaf and stalk disease, ease of combining and
good grain texture, and you’ve got one great
Here is a hybrid that’s made a lot of friends.
3184 adapts to most any soil type and farming
practice and shows a high rating for seedling
vigor, drought tolerance and stalk quality. But
what you’ll really like are the top-notch yields
you get from this dependable producer. In good
years and not-so-good, 3184 still puts out the
yields. The superior performance of 3184
makes it a "must plant” hybrid for this season.
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