Hefty Brand Corn 4653 96-day Hybrid Header

GDUs to Mid-pollination: 1240
GDUs to Black Layer: 2370
Pollination for Maturity: Medium
Ear Type: Flex
Cob Color: Red

GDUs to Mid-pollination – 1240
GDUs to Black Layer – 2370
Pollination for Maturity – Medium
Ear Type – Flex
Cob Color – Red

Key Strengths
· Full flex hybrid with DroughtGard for the tough, low-population acre! Big, tall corn with dual-purpose potential.
Weaknesses
· Higher ear placement. Average disease protection.
Positioning
· Ideal for populations of 30,000 or less on lighter or otherwise stressy ground. Flex hybrid that responds to banded and/or early-season fertility. Tall hybrid that would make good silage, as well. If you are in an area where disease pressure is common, use a foliar fungicide.

Agronomic & Disease Ratings
H4653 Agronomic Chart

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

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

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

Luke, Iowa

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

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

Mark, Southeast South Dakota

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

Devon, Southeast Nebraska