Fast emerger with big yield potential! Nice flex and girthy ears with very good drydown. Strong stalks and roots work well across a wide variety of stressful environments.
Shorter plant may not be the best for silage.
This is a really good hybrid that stretches west into Montana and North Dakota and also works in areas where it rains more. The best fit is in the normal 80-85 day maturity zone in average ground to better soils. It’s a shorter hybrid, so avoid the toughest ground. Showed good strength in the Red River Valley. H3302 will be tough to beat running west, but this one shares the same female in the cross and should do well.