If you are a new grower, or already grow soybeans, we have some top yielding varieties if you want to give them a try or see how they fit on your farm.
Grazing corn acres are also on the rise and irrigated grain and silage corn seems to be relatively slow to flat growth
Early book discounts are on until October 31.
For the Thunder Seed line bookings: 50 units of corn (140 ac roughly) and/or 440 units of soybean (320 ac) or combination of both you will receive a BBQ or NHL Tickets!
We are having a Corn & Soybean Meeting
Monday November 5th @ 1 pm at Stamp Seeds.
Erin Matlock from Thunder Seed will be out to talk agronomy and variety choice.
Please RSVP by replying to this email if you can make it.
TH 33003 R2Y 2375 CHU 0.003 maturity (normal)
TH 33005 R2Y 2425 CHU 0.005 maturity (mid)
TH 89005 R2XN 2175 CHU 0.0005 maturity (early / mid)
TH 8700 R2X 2250 CHU Dicamba tolerant 0.0008 maturity (early)
TH 89003 R2X 2375 CHU Dicamba tolerant 0.003 maturity (normal)
Nocoma R2 2250 CHU 0.0008 (early maturity)
Akras R2 2375 CHU, 0.001 high pod height (early - normal maturity) Yield trial winner in the RVT trials
Lassa R2 2275 CHU 0.0009 (very early maturity)
More info on soybean: http://www.stampseeds.com/soybean.html
Organic or Non GM corn? Thunder (non GM) and De Dell (organic and non GM)
More info on Corn and trial results: http://www.stampseeds.com/corn.html
Interested in a yield trial?
Let me know ASAP if you want to do a trial with soy / corn for 2019.
Thanks and good luck with the rest of harvest!
Blair Balog - Seed Specialist at Stamp Seeds
We offer a full range of seed treating and inoculant application options:
BASF Seed Treatment
Syngenta Seed Care
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