2015 Southern Soybean Varieties

This Soybean Variety Guide offers a partial listing of soybean varieties suited for the Southern growing region. For more variety offerings, contact your local seed representative.

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AgVenture Midsouth

41B1RR

  • Light Tawny
  • Super attractive Early Group 4 leader with SCN resistance
  • Excellent spring emergence
  • Medium-statured plant type with a good shatter score
  • “K” gene for Phytophthora Root Rot along with good field tolerance
  • Excellent results on loams and irrigated wide or narrow rows

42C2RR

  • Light Tawny
  • Plant shows good width with upward-reaching branches
  • Chloride excluder
  • Good score for Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Rps1K gene for Phytophthora Root Rot protection
  • Excellent results on clay and dryland on wide rows

44Z8RRSTS

  • Light Tawny
  • New Mid Group IV product with STS tolerance
  • Medium height, bushy plant type
  • Resistance to Stem Canker and Frogeye
  • Strong Race 3 SCN resistance

45Z9RR

  • Light Tawny
  • New Mid Group IV that excels in high yield environments
  • Good scores against seed shatter
  • Resistance to Stem Canker
  • Strong SCN resistance package
  • Top-end yield on irrigated loams

46B3RR

  • Tawny
  • Attractive, medium-statured Mid Group 4 product
  • A top producer in our own AgVenture tests since 2011
  • Good tolerance to Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • “K” gene for Phytophthora Root Rot, resistant to Stem Canker
  • Consistent performer in most environments

47E1RR

  • Light Tawny
  • New Late Group IV indeterminate with SCN resistance
  • Long hypocotyls aid in no-till emergence
  • Resistance to Stem Canker/Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • Tall plant type, resists seed shatter well
  • Top-end yield across soil types

48E3RR

  • Tawny
  • Attractive plants, medium height
  • “K” gene for Phytophthora Root Rot
  • Chloride excluder
  • Genetic resistance to Stem Canker
  • Consistent workhorse performance

48E5R2STS

  • Light Tawny
  • New Late Group IV leader with STS and glyphosate tolerance
  • “C” gene for Phytophthora Root Rot
  • Genetic Stem Canker resistance
  • Strong ratings against Sudden Death and SCN
  • Performer on wide rows and clay

49E1RR

  • Gray
  • New Late Group IV indeterminate with strong SCN resistance
  • Good natural resistance to soybean aphid infestations
  • Plant has good overall height and width
  • Resistance to Stem Canker
  • Workhorse variety for clays or dryland

AV49K5LL

  • Gray
  • Indeterminate LibertyLink product for farmers who plant Late Group IVs
  • Resistance to both SCN and Root-knot nematode
  • “K” gene for Phytophthora Root Rot protection
  • Good scores against Frogeye/Stem Canker

52B2RR

  • Excellent Phytophthora Root Rot protection, “3c” gene plus field tolerance
  • Group V determinate with top agronomic package and defenses
  • “K” gene plus strong field tolerance to Phytophthora Root Rot
  • Resistance to Stem Canker and SCN Races 3 and 14
  • Consistent bean across environments

AV52C2LL

  • Very defensive Early Group V LibertyLink product
  • PI88788 SCN product with moderate Root-knot nematode resistance
  • Rps1k gene for Phytophthora Root Rot protection
  • Solid scores against SDS, Frogeye and Stem Canker

54K4RR

  • Lead product in a Mid Group V determinate
  • Good tolerance to Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Moderate resistance to Root-knot nematode
  • Chloride excluder
  • Aggressive yielder and farmer favorite across environments

55K5RR

  • Chloride excluder
  • Resistant to Stem Canker
  • Mid Group V determinate with excellent agronomics and defenses
  • SCN protection with moderate resistance to Root-knot nematode
  • Strong tolerance to SDS and PR (“3c” gene)
  • High yield potential retained in stress years

Asgrow

AG4232: Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield/SR Soybean – Early Group IV

  • Excellent yield potential
  • Strong performance across MG IV growing regions
  • Resistance to SCN
  • Very good tolerance to Southern Stem Canker

AG4632: Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield/SR Soybean – Mid Group IV

  • Very good Phytophthora field tolerance
  • Protection against Soybean Cyst Nematode
  • Tolerance to Southern Stem Canker and Froyeye Leaf Spot
  • Excellent performance across years and growing environments

AG4934: Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield/SR Soybean – Late Group IV

  • Outstanding yield potential • Robust plant with very good standability
  • Resistance to Soybean Cyst Nematode and Phytophthora
  • Good tolerance to Southern Stem Canker and Sudden Death Syndrome

AG5233: Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield/SR Soybean – Early Group V

  • Indeterminate product with aggressive growth and high yield potential
  • Resistance to race 3 SCN and excellent tolerance to Phytophthora
  • Good tolerance to Southern Stem Canker and Sudden Death Syndrome

AG5332: Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield Soybean – Early Group V

  • High yield potential
  • Indeterminate medium-bushy plant with excellent performance on clay soils
  • Resistance to SCN
  • Tolerance to Southern Stem Canker and Frogeye Leaf Spot

Credenz Soybeans

Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield

4959RY

  • Group 4 variety
  • Excellent protection for Southern Stem Canker and Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Offers good protection for Phytophthora and Frogeye Leaf Spot

LibertyLink

LL4650

  • Group 4 variety
  • Great for full season and across all row widths •
  • Excellent protection from Phytophthora, Frogeye Leaf Spot, Sudden Death Syndrome and Southern Stem Canker

LL4653

  • Group 4 variety
  • Excellent protection for Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Responds well to irrigation
  • Great for narrow and medium rows

LL4850

  • Group 4 variety
  • Offers good protection for Southern Stem Canker and Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Great for early season and full season
  • Excellent across all rows

LL4950

  • Group 4 variety
  • Excellent option for medium and heavy soil types
  • Best LL variety on clay in the South
  • Great for early and full season

LL4953

  • Group 4 variety
  • Responds well to irrigation
  • Excellent option for light and medium soil types
  • Great for early and full season
  • Offers good protection for Sudden Death Syndrome

Roundup Ready 2 Yield/STS

RY4620

  • Group 4 variety
  • Excellent across all soil types
  • Great for narrow and medium rows
  • Excellent protection for Sudden Death Syndrome

RY4721

  • Group 4 variety
  • Great option for early and full season
  • Responds well to irrigation
  • Excellent across medium and heavy soil types
  • Good crop height
  • Excellent protection for Phytophthora, Frogeye Leaf Spot, Sudden Death Syndrome and Southern Stem Canker

Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield

RY5221

  • Group 5 variety
  • Great for early and full season
  • Excellent protection for Phytophthora, Frogeye Leaf Spot and Southern Stem Canker
  • Excellent for wide row widths
  • Great across medium and heavy soil types Liberty Link

5150LL

  • Group 5 variety
  • Excellent protection for Phytophthora and Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • Offers good protection for Sudden Death Syndrome and Southern Stem Canker

5242LL

  • Group 5 variety
  • Excellent protection for Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • Offers good protection for Phytophthora and Sudden Death Syndrome

Roundup Ready 2 Yield/STS

RY5421

  • Group 5 variety
  • Great option for full season
  • Excellent across all soil types
  • Responds well to irrigation
  • Excellent protection for Frogeye Leaf Spot and Southern Stem Canker

MorSoy

44X82

  • Early performer for the Delta
  • Best on mixed dirt to lighter clay
  • RR2
  • Moderate Root-knot nematode resistance

46X04

  • Medium plant height
  • RR2
  • Best on silt loam and mixed soils
  • Excellent tolerance to Stem Canker
  • Very good tolerance to Phytophthora

46X29

  • Versatile bean, performs well on all soils
  • RR2/STS
  • Medium plant type
  • Excellent SDS tolerance

4707

  • Medium plant height, tawny, late Group 4
  • Chloride excluder
  • Excellent disease resistance
  • Responds very well to all soil types

47X12

  • High yield potential on mixed to clay soils
  • RR2/STS
  • Excellent double crop

48X02

  • Best fit for mixed to clay soils
  • Tall/medium bush plant type
  • RR2

48X34

  • RR2/STS
  • Medium plant height
  • Excellent tolerance to Phytophthora Root Rot and Stem Canker
  • Best for mixed soil type • Root-knot nematode resistance

4860

  • Conventional variety
  • Medium-tall soybean adapted to most soil types
  • Excellent tolerance to Stem Canker and Phytophthora
  • Good standability on lighter soil types

49X51

  • RR2
  • Moderately resistant to Root-knot nematode
  • Excellent tolerance to Frogeye Leaf Spot and Phytophthora Root Rot
  • Best on silt loam and clay soils

49X54

  • RR2
  • Excellent tolerance to Frogeye Leaf Spot, Phytophthora Root Rot and Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Best on loam, clay and mixed soil types

51X31

  • Best for loam to heavy soil types
  • Root-knot nematode resistance
  • Chloride excluder
  • RR2

53X82

  • Good on all soil types
  • Chloride excluder • RR2 5429
  • Excellent choice for mixed to heavy soil types
  • Excellent yields with good disease package

54X41

  • RR2
  • Medium plant height
  • Excellent tolerance to Phytophthora Root Rot and Stem Canker
  • Chloride excluder • Best on silt loam and mixed soil types

56X02

  • Tall plant type
  • Chloride excluder • RR2/STS
  • Best on mixed and clay soil types

Mycogen Seeds

5N413R2

  • Group 4 variety
  • Tall plant type
  • Stem Canker resistance
  • Works well in lighter soils
  • Works well in areas where Sudden Death Syndrome is a problem

5N432R2

  • Group 4 variety
  • Strong emergence for no-till and early planting
  • Works well in many soil types and all row widths
  • Very good tolerance to Phytophthora Root Rot

5N452R2

  • Group 4 variety
  • Great yield potential in the Mid-South
  • A branching plant with a good defensive package
  • Can handle a wide range of environments

5N522R2

  • Group 5 variety
  • Tall determinate variety, nice plant width
  • Features tolerance to Root-knot nematode, Stem Canker and Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • Offers strong emergence and good height for tougher soils

NK Soybeans

Available for Mid-South and Southeast:

S39-T3 Brand (RM: 3.9)
Broadly Adapted Yield Leader with STS Protection

  • Above average Frogeye Leaf Spot resistance
  • Dependable Sudden Death Syndrome resistance
  • Very good standability and excellent shatter resistance, allowing for easy harvest

S40-N2 Brand (RM: 4.0)
Expect top performance with superb standability

  • Excellent Frogeye Leaf Spot and above average Charcoal Rot resistances
  • Strong stress tolerance and shatter resistance
  • For use in all row widths; excels in narrow rows

S45-R7 Brand (RM: 4.5)
High-yielding, versatile STS variety

  • Very good Sudden Death Syndrome and Frogeye Leaf Spot resistances
  • Solid standability for ease of harvest
  • Good Phytophthora Root Rot field tolerance and strong iron deficiency chlorosis tolerance

S47-K5 Brand (RM: 4.7)
Outstanding yield on productive, well-drained soils

  • Very good standability
  • Solid stress tolerance
  • Excellent Frogeye Leaf Spot resistance

S51-C5 Brand (RM: 5.1)
Outstanding yields with solid stress tolerance

  • Good Sudden Death Syndrome resistance
  • Excellent emergence and good standability
  • Best performance on soils with good internal drainage

S55-Q3 Brand (RM: 5.5)
Strong yields with Root-knot nematode protection

  • Solid Frogeye Leaf Spot resistance
  • Good emergence and stress tolerance
  • Chloride excluder

S59-V9 Brand (RM: 5.9)
Strong yields with solid agronomics

  • Very good emergence characteristics
  • Solid Frogeye Leaf Spot resistance
  • Dependable stress tolerance

Pioneer

P47T36R (RR)

  • 47 RM
  • Exceptional yielding variety for loamy soils
  • Excellent Stem Canker resistance plus good Sudden Death Syndrome tolerance
  • SCN Race 3 and 14 resistance
  • Suited for soils with elevated chloride levels

P47T89R (RR)

  • 47 RM
  • Exceptional Stem Canker resistance plus strong chloride tolerance
  • SCN Race 3 and 14 resistance
  • Above average tolerance to Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • Outstanding yield potential on silt loam and clay soils

P48T53R (RR)

  • 48 RM
  • Superior Stem Canker resistance with above average Sudden Death Syndrome tolerance
  • Tawny line with wide canopy
  • SCN Race 3 and 14 resistance
  • Exceptional tolerance to Charcoal Rot and Frogeye Leaf Spot
  • Performs across a wide range of key environments

P49T80R (RR)

  • 49 RM
  • Strong performance on heavy silt loams and clay
  • Excellent resistance to Stem Canker and SCN Race 3 and 14
  • Exceptional tolerance to high chloride soils
  • Above average tolerance to Sudden Death Syndrome
  • Excellent candidate for Early Soybean Production System

P49T97R (RR)

  • 49 RM
  • Great standability in high-yield environment
  • Phytophthora resistance via Rps1k
  • Strong disease tolerance package – including good Frogeye Leaf Spot and Stem Canker tolerance
  • SCN Race 3 resistance and very good Sudden Death Syndrome tolerance
  • Strong tolerance to chloride soils

P50T64R (RR)

  • 50 RM
  • Phytophthora resistance via Rps1k
  • Outstanding resistance to Stem Canker and SCN Race 3 and 14
  • Indeterminate line with above average tolerance to Charcoal Rot
  • Chloride-tolerant with wide canopy
  • Performs across all soil types

P52T50R (RR)

  • 52 RM
  • Great harvest standability with exceptional yield potential
  • Phytophthora resistance via Rps1k
  • Strong SCN Race 3 and Stem Canker resistance
  • Very good chloride tolerance with wide canopy

P53T62L Brand (LL)

  • 53 RM
  • LL herbicide resistance
  • Indeterminate growth habit
  • Above average tolerance to Charcoal Rot
  • Exceptional Stem Canker resistance
  • Above average tolerance to Frogeye Leaf Spot

P53T73SR (RR, STS)

  • 53 RM
  • Above average Phytophthora field tolerance
  • Good SCN Race 3 and Stem Canker resistance
  • Excellent Southern Root-knot nematode tolerance
  • Strong chloride tolerance with wide canopy
  • Good Frogeye Leaf Spot tolerance plus tolerance to SU chemistries

P54T94R (RR)

  • 54 RM
  • Phytophthora resistance via Rps1k
  • Strong SCN Race 3 and Stem Canker resistance
  • Excellent Southern Root-knot nematode tolerance
  • Very good chloride tolerance with wide canopy
  • Position on sandy and silt loams

95Y70 (RR/STS)

  • 57 RM
  • Tall plant stature
  • Suitable for both full-season and doublecrop behind wheat, and ultra-late planting
  • Strong Frogeye Leaf Spot tolerance
  • Excellent Southern Root-knot nematode tolerance

Terral Seed

REV47R53

  • 4.7 days RM
  • Top-end yield potential and stress tolerance in one variety
  • Very good green stem tolerance
  • Dryland option

REV48R22

  • 4.8 days RM
  • Superior product for heavy clays
  • Rps-1k Phytophthora resistance
  • Excellent flood tolerance

REV56R63

  • 5.7 days RM
  • Multi-race Phytophthora resistance (Rps-3c)
  • Very good Stem Canker field tolerance
  • Very good Frogeye Leaf Spot tolerance
  • Versatile new product with strong defensive package for varying soil types and row spacings

REV55R53

  • 5.5 days RM
  • Attractive plant type
  • Rps-1k with very good horizontal resistance to Phytophthora spp.
  • Best suited on mixed to lighter ground
  • Chloride excluder

REV54R84

  • 5.4 days RM
  • Mid MG-5 with top-end yield potential
  • Highest rating on lodging resistance
  • Very good disease package
  • Should move South well

REV52R74

  • 5.2 days RM
  • Indeterminate early MG-5
  • Excellent Stem Canker tolerance
  • Tawny bean with very good lodging resistance
  • Should move South well

REV51R53

  • 5.1 days RM
  • Indeterminate plant type
  • Wide area of adaptation
  • Top-end yield potential
  • Best suited to mixed or lighter soil types
  • Tall and bushy

REV57R21

  • 5.7 days RM
  • Tawny rate of maturity
  • Above average Phytophthora resistance
  • Excellent drydown

REV49A14

  • 5.1 days RM
  • Best suited to well drained, productive soils
  • Aggressive plant growth with rapid canopy closure
  • Top-end yield potential
  • Tall and bushy

REV49L29

  • 4.9 days RM
  • LibertyLink gene for resistance to Liberty herbicide
  • Well suited for very sandy soil types
  • Performs well under weaker pivots
  • Attractive type plant
  • Good wheat double-crop or late-planting option

 

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