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  • ProHarvest Seeds Corn Hybrids

    ProHarvest Seeds sets the bar with our corn hybrids.

    With our superior selection of Corn Hybrids that excel in higher yielding enviroments, are regionally specific or have strong overall agronomics, we have a corn hybrid sure to fit your needs. You can sort varieties by clicking on the column name to sort by property.

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    2017 Corn Hybrids

    ProductNEW or ProvenAvailable as:Relative MaturityGDDs to Mid-SilkGDDs to BlacklayerEmergenceResponse to FungicidePlant HeightEar HeightRoot StrengthStalk StrengthPlant HealthDrought ToleranceTest WeightDrydownCorn on CornHighly Productive SoilModerately Productive SoilLess Productive SoilFinal Stand x 1,000Ear Type
    6101 Proven SS RIB 101 1230 2510 VG G MT M EX VG VG G VG VG Yes* HR HR R 33-35 SF
    6338 NEW SS RIB 103 1250 2550 VG G M M EX VG VG VG G VG Yes HR HR R 33-35 SF
    6552 Proven 5122 E-Z,
    3111, GT, Non-GMO
    105 1297  2597 VG G MT M G VG VG VG G VG Yes* HR HR R 31-33 SF
    6565 NEW SS RIB 105 1260 2550 VG G M M VG EX VG VG EX G Yes HR HR HR 34-36 SD
    6705 Elite SS RIB, Non GMO 107 1270  2500 VG VG MT VG  VG  G VG  EX  VG  Yes*  HR HR 34-36  SD 
    6800 Proven SS RIB 107 1260  2640 VG G M M VG VG VG VG VG EX Yes* HR HR HR 33-35 SD
    6844 Elite SS RIB 108  1250  2700 VG VG  VG VG  VG VG  VG  EX  Yes HR  HR HR  33-35 SD
    6860 NEW Agrisure VIP3111, GT 108 1240  2710 VG G MT M VG EX VG VG VG G Yes HR HR R 33-35 SF
    6886 NEW VI2P RIB 108 1250 2710 VG G M M VG VG EX VG VG G Yes HR HR HR 33-35 SF
    6990 Proven SS RIB 109 1310  2680 VG VG M ML G G VG G G VG Yes* HR HR HR 34-36 SD
    6923 Proven Duracade 5122 E-Z 109 1300 2740 VG G M M EX EX VG VG VG EX Yes* HR R R 34-36 FX
    8074 Elite SS RIB  VT2P RIB, Non GMO 110  1279  2735 VG VG M VG VG  G VG   VG EX  Yes*  HR HR 34-36  SD
    8110 Proven SS RIB 111 1310 2760 G G M M EX G VG VG G VG Yes* R HR HR 34-36 SD
    8162 Elite SS RIB 111  1310 2780 VG MT  MH  VG VG VG VG Yes HR HR  R  33-35  SF
    8220 Proven SS RIB 112 1300  2800 VG VG M MH EX G VG VG VG G Yes* HR HR R 34-36 SD
    8244 Elite SS RIB, Non-GMO 112 1320 2780 VG G MT M VG VG G VG VG VG Yes* HR HR HR 33-35 SF
    8301 Proven SS RIB 113 1340 2770 VG VG M M EX VG G G EX G Yes* HR HR HR 34-36 SD
    8312 Elite SS RIB 113  1360 2780 VG M VG  VG G VG  EX VG  Yes HR HR  33-35  SF 
    8330 Proven SS RIB, RR2, Non-GMO 113 1300  2820 EX VG MS M EX VG VG VG VG G Yes* HR HR HR 33-35 SF
    8388 Proven SS RIB 113 1350  2830 G G M ML G G VG VG EX VG Yes* HR HR HR 28-34 F
    8404 NEW VT2P RIB 114 1360 2850 G VG M M G G G G G G Yes HR HR HR 34-36 SD
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    Weekly Crop Report - July 14, 2017
     
    Jake Wilken - Ashkum, IL
     
    Corn- The replant corn continues to catch up to the first planted corn, so the corn fields are evening up and making the fields look a little bit better.  Stand counts are in the 29-32,000 range for the most part.  Within 4 or 5 miles you can see corn all the way from v5 or v6 to tassel so it varies greatly.
     
    Soybeans- With the rain and heat this last week brought locally the beans are really taking off. The rows are finally starting to close up which will continue to help with weed control.  Some of the earlier planted beans are going to start flowering in the next week or so.  Overall the beans look pretty good.
     
    Wheat-  The wheat harvest is finished up for the most part.  Yield was decent and quality seemed to be pretty good.
     
    Josh Sullivan - Morrisonville, IL
     
    Rainfall: We did receive 2 inches of rain on Monday night on about half of the farm  
     
    Corn: Corn has polluted and now has brown silks the corn still has a nice rich green color to it as well.  
     
    Soybeans: Soybeans are now in R2 growth stage and are finally knee high on me. The soybeans are finally growing and have shaded out the rows. 
     
    Other: Overall crops look great but we are still dry on most of the farm.
      
     
    Lynn Mckibben - Pekin, IL
     
    Rainfall: Almost 3 inches of rain this week.
     
    Corn: Corn is right in middle of pollination in central Illinois. Some area's are still getting hit hard by Japanese beetles. 
     
    Soybeans:Beans got the drink they needed and seemed to have jumped overnight. Weed control may continue to be an issue as rows still are not canopied.


     
    Jay Whalen - Flanagan, IL
     
    Rainfall: we have had from 1.6 inches to 2.2 inches this week.
     
    Corn: most all the corn is in full tassel except the later or replanted corn, but overall looking pretty good!
     
    Soybeans: Soybeans are finally growing and flowering, and looking better every day.
     
    Other:Japanese beetles are still thick as ever, but luckily still only on edge of bean fields and have not seen much in corn!
     
    Clyde Burchett - Higginsville, MO
     
    Rainfall :Rainfall has been scattered this week following high heat for several days.  Summer is here with a vengeance.
     
    Corn:Adequate soil moisture is helping the corn to take advantage of the heat and move along at a rapid pace.
     
    Soybeans:Virtually no foliar diseases in corn or soybeans.  
     
    Other:Damage reports continue to roll in.  Saw one field completely destroyed due to tank contamination that has already been replanted.  Labels suspended and then reinstated within a week—who knows where this is going. Japanese Beetles are here in extremely high numbers, but minimal field crop damage as of now. 
     
    Wade Lamphere - Durand, WI
     
    Rainfall: Surrounding areas had anywhere from 0.5” – 4.5” of rain already this week. 
    Our soils tend to be a little on the sandy side right here, we welcome any rain we can get this time of the year.
    We have been fortunate to miss the more severe weather which has hailed out fields both to our North and South.
     
    Corn: Starting to see some tasseling.
    Temperatures have been perfect and the corn is really starting to stretch out. 
     
    Other:Currently we aren’t seeing much for insect pressure.
     
      John Williams - Pekin, IL
     
    Rainfall:Many areas in Central Illinois had over 2 inches of much needed rain.  Couldn't have come at a better time
     
    Corn:Most fields of corn are starting to tassel or have recently tasseled.  
     
    Soybeans:Soybeans are starting to flower so the recent rains will benefit them too.
     
    Other: Have seen a few planes spraying fields ,Because many soybean fields will not close their row you will need to watch for weed outbreaks.  
     
     
      Matt Case Jr. - Hinckley, Illinois
    Rainfall:We received an inch and a half of rain this week and the crops responded nicely. 
     
    Corn:Corn is shoulder high
     
    Soybeans:Soybeans are at R1.
     
    Other:Japanese Beatles are heavier than last year however they have not met economic threshold in the fields that I have scouted.  Farmers with Wheat are nearing harvest, and we are now planning their cover crop needs. Crops are looking good, 
     
      Tony Feitz - Wolcott, IN
        

    Rainfall: This week has been another wet week in our area, with rain Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday so far. We have seen anywhere between 1 inch and 3 inches, depending on location.

     

    Corn: The corn is highly variable, depending on planting date. The earliest planted fields (April 18-25) are looking very good, and most have tasseled. Some fields are showing variability due to drainage as well. The replant fields are starting to look good, with most having additional nitrogen applied, and plenty of moisture. They are growing very rapidly now, if they don’t have too much standing water.

     

    Soybeans: Soybeans are variable depending on planting date as well. Some are flowering and about to canopy, while others are just a few weeks out of the ground. Slow row closure will continue to create weed issues throughout the season.

     

    Other: Japanese beetles have been out in full force this year, in both corn and soybean fields. With this hot and humid weather, there are some diseases popping up in most fields. Just a few fields have shown wind damage thus far. 



     
    Following photos were submitted by Tony Feitz:
     
    Wind Damage 7/11/17
     
     
     
    Japanese Beetle Damage 7/6/17
     
    Rust - 7/16/17
     
    Northern Corn Leaf Blight - 7/6/17
June 08

As seen in Illinois AgriNews

Because of the benefits corn and soybean growers are seeing associated with Cover Crop applications, the number of acres being planted to Cover Crops continues to rise.

At the same time, with more persistent weeds showing tolerance to glyphosate herbicide programs in recent years, another rising trend involves growers adding tank mix partners and

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