Profile | AgriGold
BRAND

A645-16

115 DAYS

Genetic Family

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  • Input

    STXRIBSTXVT2RIBVT2PRO
  • Output

    HEC

Product Features

  • GDUS FROM PLANTING TO MID-POLLEN
  • 1480
  • GDUS FROM PLANTING TO BLACK LAYER
  • 2850
  • PLANT HEIGHT
  • Tall
  • Ear Height
  • Medium High
  • Kernel Texture
  • Medium Hard
  • Nitrogen Utilization
  • LATE
  • Harvest Timing
  • Late
  • FOLIAR FUNGICIDE RESPONSE
  • Moderate
  • GREENSNAP VULNERABILITY
  • MODERATE

Agronomic Rating

  • Test Weight
  • Emergence
  • Drought Tolerance
  • Dry Down
  • Root Strength
  • Stalk Strength

Soil Adaptability

  • Clay
  • Clay Loam
  • Silty Clay Loam
  • Silt Loam
  • Sandy Loam
  • Sand

Planting Applications

  • Silage
  • Irrigation
  • Narrow Rows
  • Corn on Corn
  • No-Till
  • Poorly Drained

Disease Tolerance

  • ANTHRACNOSE STALK ROT
  • PHYSODERMA STALK ROT
  • SCLB
  • NCLB
  • GRAY LEAF SPOT
  • GOSS’S WILT
  • COMMON RUST
  • SOUTHERN RUST
  • Tar Spot

Plant Characteristics

Leaf Orientation

Semi Upright

Ear Flex

Semi Flexible

Root Type

FIBROUS

Planting Population

Row Type Low Medium High
30" 28-30,000 30-32,000 32-35,000
Narrow 28-30,000 30-33,000 33-36,000

Managing for Optimal Performance

  • EXCELLENT RESPONSE TO HIGH YIELD ENVIRONMENTS AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • PLANT AT MODERATE TO HIGH POPULATIONS TO MAXIMIZE YIELD POTENTIAL
  • EXCEPTIONAL LATE SEASON PLANT HEALTH, INTACTNESS AND STANDABILITY
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Marty Mitchell

Indiana

“I can only thank AgriGold for the effort to put best hybrids in my hands and God for finishing the job.”

BRAND

A645-16

115 DAYS

Genetic Family

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  • Input

    STXRIBSTXVT2RIBVT2PRO
  • Output

    HEC
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Planting Population

Row Type Low Medium High
30" 28-30,000 30-32,000 32-35,000
Narrow 28-30,000 30-33,000 33-36,000

Managing for Optimal Performance

  • EXCELLENT RESPONSE TO HIGH YIELD ENVIRONMENTS AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES
  • PLANT AT MODERATE TO HIGH POPULATIONS TO MAXIMIZE YIELD POTENTIAL
  • EXCEPTIONAL LATE SEASON PLANT HEALTH, INTACTNESS AND STANDABILITY