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Proof that all hybrids aren't alike. A lot of seed salesmen will tell you that all hybrids are alike. That they’re all developed from the same public lines. Well, depending on the salesman, that could be true - of his lineup. It’s not true at Pioneer. That’s because every Pioneer® brand hybrid is developed from one or 3744 Performance wise, 3744 is tough to beat. Besides outyielding the com petition by a wide margin over the last three years, 3744 usually dries down faster. It has excellent root and stalk strength, resists Northern, Southern and Carbonum Leaf Blights, and does well under higher populations and higher management or irrigation. Living, Learning & Planting PIONEER ° BRAND SEEDS ® 3352 This newcomer has already proven itself as the yield leader for its matu rity. Over the last three years in this area, 3352 holds a significant yield advantage against competitive hy brids. Now, that kind of performance speaks for itself. But besides yields, 3352 has very good emergence and early vigor along with excellent stay green and leaf disease resistance against Northern and Southern Leaf Blights, Eyespot and Gray Leafspot. This hybrid is going to surprise a lot of folks. PIONEER. BRAND SEED CORN PIONEER HI-BRED INTERNATIONAL, INC. more lines that only Pioneer has. It’s one of the reasons why the differences between Pioneer hybrids and others show up at harvest. And why you find so many Pioneer hybrids with exceptional yield, dry down and standability. 3378 A leading hybrid with the ability to deliver big, hefty yields in poor growing seasons as well as good growing seasons. 3378 owes much of this success to its hearty agron omic traits like outstanding plant health, superb standability, fast emergence, strong drought tolerance and ears that “flex” to accommo date growing conditions. With so much going for it, it’s not hard to see why 3378 is a lot of growers’ favor ite corn. Plant some and you’ll be convinced too.