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Masters Choice Corn

98-103 Day Varieties

MC4880 98 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 28,000-34,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 9
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 8
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 7
  • Dry Down 9
  • Starch Digestibility 8
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Excellent silage yield potential
  • Semi-flex ears allow for various planting populations
  • Well adapted to most soil types and grower management
  • Good emergence and seedling vigor
Weaknesses
  • Harvest promptly for silage when moved south of maturity zone
Management
  • Positive yield response to higher populations
  • Excellent disease package
  • Position as a plant first hybrid to take advantage of emergence
MC5250 102 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 9
  • Milk/Ton 9
  • Sugars 9
  • Fiber Digestibility 9
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 5
  • Dry Down 8
  • Starch Digestibility 9
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Consistent top end yield punch on full flex white cob ears
  • Enhanced silage and nutritional grain quality
  • Excellent choice for varying soil carrying capacity
  • Outstanding health and agronomics
Weaknesses
  • Average choice for high test weight grain
Management
  • Fertilize well at all planting populations for peak yields
  • Responds well to corn after corn programs
  • Adapted to all tillage systems
MC5300 103 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-34,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 8
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 8
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 7
  • Test Weight 6
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 8
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Strong emergence and seedling vigor for organic production and reduced tillage operation
  • Very good tonnage and bushels per acre with excellent nutritional qualities
  • Wide leaf, showy robust plant for good eye appeal in the field that drives performance
Weaknesses
  • Harvest promptly when ready for dry grain
Management
  • Plant at medium populations and fertilize well for maximum yield return
  • Works best following a cropping rotation, especially after an alfalfa or sod plow down
MC5320 103 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 28,000-36,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 7
  • Sugars 6
  • Fiber Digestibility 6
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 9
  • Test Weight 8
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 6
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Strong emergence and fast early growth
  • Exceptional yield potential and test weight
  • Superior health, strong stalks, impressive late season intactness
Weaknesses
  • Limited movement south of maturity zone
Management
  • Position as a higher population corn on all soil types
  • Maximum yield potential in optimum maturity zone
MC5370 103 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-34,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 9
  • Milk/Ton 8
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 7
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 9
  • Test Weight 6
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 8
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Taller hybrid with very competitive yields silage or grain fed
  • Excellent stalks and very good roots contribute to broad adaptation
  • Best choice for less productive to highly productive fields
Weaknesses
  • Will show positive response w/ fungicide application in heavy GLS areas
Management
  • Position as a first plant type hybrid in spring and in cold soils/no-till situations
  • Can be utilized north as a fuller season hybrid and south as an earlier maturity hybrid
MC5450 104 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 9
  • Milk/Ton 9
  • Sugars 9
  • Fiber Digestibility 7
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 7
  • Dry Down 8
  • Starch Digestibility 9
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Top shelf nutritional qualities in silage and grain
  • Very good stable yield performance over varied soil types
  • Good agronomics and harvestability
  • Softer grain allows rapid fermentation and quick starch digestibility, for FEED FIRST scenarios
Weaknesses
  • Optimum performance in zone and north of zone
Management
  • Position as a first choice for grain fed (high moisture or dry ground) and silage in any livestock operation
  • Prefers adequate fertilization for peak performance
  • Use as an early or late maturing option in a growers system