Kiki is a strong yielder on good, heavy soil and has shown good ear flex at low populations on lighter soil. Can be planted late. Plants are healthy with very good Goss’s Wilt tolerance. Kiki does not often require foliar fungicide applications. Fertilize well and keep weed-free. Standability is good, but harvest earlier rather than later because dry down is fast. Test weights are average to good. Broadly adaptable with some stress tolerance, but keep to better ground leaving the tougher acres for Queen (RM 95) or Vanessa (RM 103). Kiki goes north very well. It acts more like a 95 day hybrid. Best performance is when used as the late hybrid in an early zone. Southern Red River Valley is perfect.