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Masters Choice Corn

105-108 Day Varieties

MC527 105 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 9
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 9
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 5
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 9
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • First rate recommendation for silage and nutritional grain
  • Strong agronomics and good stay green
  • High yielding tons/bushel on a firm white cob with deep kernels
  • M.E.A.T. recognition for grain digestibility in feed
Weaknesses
  • Does not respond to excessively high populations
Management
  • Good choice for continuous corn
  • Exceptional ear flex allows for low to moderate planting populations
MC530 105 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 9
  • Milk/Ton 8
  • Sugars 9
  • Fiber Digestibility 8
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 6
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 8
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Great quality, dense silage with large tonnage
  • High MPG recognition
  • High yielding nutritious grain on a solid root foundation
  • Excellent northern movement
Weaknesses
  • Do not move south of maturity zone
Management
  • Avoid late planting as stalk lodging may occur
  • Responds favorably to foliar fungicides in high disease environments
MC5660 106 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 28,000-34,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 9
  • Milk/Ton 8
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 8
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 9
  • Test Weight 6
  • Dry Down 8
  • Starch Digestibility 9
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Massive flex leads to outstanding yield potential
  • Excellent stalk strength
  • Very good stress, heat, and drought tolerance
  • Excels in wide array of planting populations
Weaknesses
  • Average test weight
Management
  • Favorable to early planting
  • Great emergence tolerates no-till and corn after corn
  • Use this hybrid both north and south of optimal zone of utilization
MC534 107 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-36,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 7
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 7
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 9
  • Test Weight 9
  • Dry Down 9
  • Starch Digestibility 6
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Superior hybrid with outstanding yield punch
  • Adapted to a wide array of planting populations
  • Excellent disease and stress package
  • High test weight, fast dry down
Weaknesses
  • Flexible ears still prefer medium to high populations
Management
  • Keep grain segregated for possible market premiums
  • Performs well on tight, low organic matter soils
  • Good choice for corn after corn
MC535 107 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 6
  • Dry Down 8
  • Starch Digestibility 8
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Consistent quality and performance earned our MPG recognition
  • M.E.A.T. recognition for grain digestibility
  • High sugar silage quality is top in industry
  • Better southern movement and performance than 530
Weaknesses
  • Variable performance when planted late
Management
  • Plant first and harvest first to maximize performance and yield
  • Responds favorably to foliar fungicide in high disease environments
MC5800 108 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 7
  • Sugars 7
  • Fiber Digestibility 7
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 9
  • Test Weight 7
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 7
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Widely adapted for strong performing top end silage and grain yields
  • Solid stalk/excellent roots contribute to excellent late season standability
  • Deep kernels, open husk on large girthy ears
  • Rugged drought and stress tolerance for consistent performance
Weaknesses
  • Does not respond well to excessive population above 32,000
Management
  • #1 choice for early planting in organic systems
  • Excellent option if applying cover crops in season with corn
  • Very good option for hand picked ear corn