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CONVENTIONAL

Ear Type
Cob Color
GDUs to Mid-pollination
GDUs to Black Layer
Pollination for Maturity

Semi-Flex
Red
1250
2380
Late

Ear Type – Semi-Flex
Cob Color – Red
GDUs to Mid-pollination – 1250
GDUs to Black Layer – 2380
Pollination for Maturity – Late

KEY STRENGTHS

Big yielder with stalks and roots to match! Excellent early vigor. Strong defensive package leads to consistently strong performance across most soil types. High level tolerance to anthracnose stalk rot. Handled dry soils well.

WEAKNESSES

Only average on gray leaf spot tolerance.

POSITIONING

Very good all-around hybrid with excellent yield potential! Ear has some flex for both length and girth. Plant this one first. Will reward you for slightly higher plant population and good fertility.

AGRONOMIC & DISEASE RATINGS

The higher the number, the better the performance or rating.

We have had a really good run with Hefty Corn hybrids on our farm over the last several years. In fact, they have been our top-yielding hybrids for a number of years now.

Nathan, Watertown, South Dakota

I know that when I give my business to Hefty Seed Company, I can count on great yields from their products and outstanding service from their knowledgeable agronomists.

Paul, Southeast South Dakota

I first tried Hefty because of the price point. Then I put four hybrids in my competition plot with four other brands of corn. Hefty took 1st, 2nd, and 3rd in my plot. That’s when I knew I was planting the real deal!

Ben, Moses Lake, Washington

I put my Hefty corn up to my favorite Pioneer and Dekalb, and wow does it perform! I’ll keep planting Hefty!

Luke, Iowa

The emergence and yields I have gotten from my Hefty Brand Seed have been outstanding!

Mark, Southeast South Dakota

I plant corn for Habitat for Hunting. My ground is really tough due to flooding it each year. I switched to Hefty Corn because of how well it handles tough, dry soil.

Mike, Othellow, Washington

Out of everything I planted, Hefty has always been the first corn out of the ground over the last three years.

Devon, Southeast Nebraska