Terral announces new hybrids

December 2004
Southeast Farm Press;12/1/2004, Vol. 31 Issue 27, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports that Terral Seed is introducing five new corn hybrids for 2005. According to the company, all are adapted to southern growing conditions with the necessary stalk strength, shuck coverage, kernel texture and disease tolerance. Descriptions of the varieties are also provided by the company. Terral TV23R31 is a 111 -113 day relative maturity (RM). Roundup Ready hybrid. Terral TV25BR23 is a 113-115 day RM hybrid with Roundup Ready and YieldGard Corn Borer. Terral TV26B23 is a 114-116 day RM hybrid with TieldGard Com Borer. Girthy flex ear produces top yields. Hard kemels with excellent test weight. Tall plant d medium high ear placement.


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