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Different soybeans genetics are best suited for different situations. Understanding these differences is key to selecting the best product for your fields. Some varieties have strong defensive traits including: soybean cyst nematode resistance, disease resistance, iron deficiency chlorosis tolerance, and stress tolerance. Other varieties are more offensive and excel in better soils and agronomic conditions. The CROPLAN® soybean seed lineup includes industry-leading genetics to match many types of field situations.
Soybeans are classified as having one of three types of growth habits: determinate, semi-determinate or indeterminate. Stem elongation and flowering time determine the growth habit type.
CROPLAN® soybean varieties offer leading offensive and defensive traits, specially adapted to conditions in the South Region. Below are top-performing varieties in four maturity groups.
The Top 10 function within the R7® Tool enables you and your WinField representative to walk through the R7® Placement Strategy with a focus on the past performance of various varieties in a particular location. This bar graph rates the 10 top-performing varieties for an area with fine-textured soil in a selected location. The photo shows anticipated root characteristics of CROPLAN® R2C2674 soybean seed.