Dakota (RM 106)

Dakota is named for her top-producing zone: South Dakota south of I-90.
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A proven high-yielding hybrid capable of producing 300 bu yields in SD, MN, and NE.  Extremely healthy during the season: fast to develop, excellent plant health and ear retention.  Holds ears in the wind when other hybrids cannot.  Not prone to greensnap; suits the west well.  Takes GLS and Goss’s Wilt well. Use irrigated or dryland.  Will follow soybeans, wheat or corn.  Normal plant but at harvest will be a stalk and an ear.  Great for residue management in 220-300 bu environments.  Plant 1500 ppa higher.  Works well in no-till and average cold soil conditions.  Does well on variable to better soils.  Other hybrids recommended for compacted clays. 

Good pairings are Dusty (RM 106) and Jessica (RM 110)