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Masters Choice Corn

116-118 Day Varieties

MC590 116 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 9
  • Sugars 9
  • Fiber Digestibility 8
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 6
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 9
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Robust, high sugar with great tonnage and grain yield
  • Scored in top 3 of World Forage Analysis Superbowl
  • Large root system aids heat and drought tolerance
  • Widely adapted across cropping systems
  • Very digestible grain quality earned M.E.A.T. recognition
Weaknesses
  • Lower test weight, but makes up for it in raw yield
Management
  • High starch availability levels may require ration adjustment
  • Responds favorably to late season fungicide treatments
  • Great silage and grain choice for average to top-end environments
  • Maximum performance on well drained soils
MC6750 117 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 28,000-34,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 8
  • Milk/Ton 8
  • Sugars 7
  • Fiber Digestibility 8
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 9
  • Test Weight 9
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 6
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Top of the line plant health, agronomics, and stress tolerance
  • Excellent yield punch and great test weight
  • Great adaptability to low and high yielding environments
  • Excellent performance from the central corn belt to the deep south
  • Average dry down in northern area of adaptation
Weaknesses
  • Lower test weight, but makes up for it in raw yield
Management
  • Keep grain segregated for possible market premiums
  • Very good choice for a variety of soil types and management situations
MC6890 118 Day Hybrid Variety

Planting POP: 26,000-32,000

Silage Characteristics
  • Silage Yield 9
  • Milk/Ton 8
  • Sugars 8
  • Fiber Digestibility 9
Grain Characteristics
  • Grain Yield 8
  • Test Weight 6
  • Dry Down 7
  • Starch Digestibility 9
Information Sheets
Strengths
  • Excellent feeding grain on flexible ears
  • Consistent top end quality silage yields
  • Excellent roots and stalks for dependable harvest window
  • White cob hybrid with floury grain quality
  • First rate emergence and seedling vigor for aggressive grower management
Weaknesses
  • Limited movement north of zone for dry grain production
Management
  • Yield response increase when positioned on irrigated acres in the south
  • Best suited for top end performance on average to highly productive fields