Soybeans

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  • GT-2612X  is a variety that works in lots of places; just look at all the “8” ratings it gets.
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  • GT-268CLL. A high yielder with great defense.
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  • GT-293CLL There are so many soil borne diseases that plague high yielding soybean fields. GT-293 CLL is the variety you want to handle those issues and bring in maximum production. A late II with top yields and is durable under pressure.

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  • GT-2954XS A top yielding number that can perform across the farm.
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  • A super-high yielding conventional late group II. It adapts well to many different soil types and planting practices.
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  • GT-329CLL This 3.2 variety will get the yields! It dominates the early group III beans and runs right with those in the mid III. Plus, it does it consistently due to the complete disease package and its aggressive growing plant. Certainly a bean to be happy you have on the farm.

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  • GT-3325X is a tall, wide plant that canopies the wide rows and stands up in the narrow rows. At the same time it carries a good disease package and stress tolerance. Overall you get a variety you can count on to post consistently high yields on many soil types.

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  • GT-334CRR is just a consistently strong performer.
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  • GT-3580X This dominate yielder covers a wide geography because of its ability to perform well in so many environments.
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  • GT-3600X Raising the bar on yield is what this one does best, and it does it over many environments.
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  • GT-365CLL Wow, this bean really has the bases covered! Just look at that agronomic and disease package!
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  • GT-370CGO is a really well designed variety.
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  • GT-3711XS is a great choice for high yield with extra durability if needed. Its strong standability will support it if growing conditions are better than expected, yet the fast canopy and plant size maintain yields in tough years. A unique set of consistent genetics that you can build your program around.

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  • GT-372CR2 works well from the mid-west to the Atlantic ocean posting impressive yields marks all across the way.
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  • GT-375CLL. The most remarkable thing about the variety is its very high yield potential.
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  • GT-3810X Plant this one for yield and enjoy all the other benefits.
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  • GT-386CLL This 3.2 variety will get the yields! It dominates the early group III beans and runs right with those in the mid III. Plus, it does it consistently due to the complete disease package and its aggressive growing plant. Certainly a bean to be happy you have on the farm.

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  • GT-3926X has the genetics behind it for consistently high production year after year. It will do well in multiple row widths, different population settings and varying soil types. It has stress tolerance and high yield capabilities. A variety that will make you happy you have on the farm.

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  • GT-404CLL. Loads of yield across a wide range of environments!
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  • GT-421CGS is a very good standing, glyphosate/STS, wide-body variety.
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  • GT-4231XS This is an interesting variety. It beats all the racehorses for yield, but it is built into a large defensive plant type. The pedigree on it explains part of the story as it comes from some of our most successful lines ever. More of the reasons are explained in the agronomics. A lot of performance packed into one variety.

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  • GT-427CR2 This is an early group IV that works from Kansas to Maryland and from Illinois to the Delta.
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  • GT-428CLL is a high yielding liberty bean in an aggressive growing plant.
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  • GT-430CLL has the most complete disease package of anything in the lineup.
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  • GT-452CLL has a huge area it covers with top performance. With high yields from the mid-west through the Delta and on out to the east coast this is the Liberty to plant. Its adaptability is due in part to its strong emergence and broad canopy. The performance is carried further by its strong disease ratings.

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  • GT-4540XS A very versatile number for the southern Midwest, Delta and back East.
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  • GT-4628X The tawny Xtend bean you’ve been looking for on mixed to clay soils to deliver consistently huge yields.
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  • GT-4685XS Super-versatile line that can go from the Midwest to the East Coast and onto the mixed-loam soils of the Delta.
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  • GT-468CLL is best positioned as a high top-end variety with stress tolerance.
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  • GT-4721X This is the one you want for clays. Big plant that canopies quick and flat out yields. It races up out of the ground to get the season started, and has a pretty good disease package to protect yield potential. It can certainly stand some abuse but can also hit new yield levels.

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