Where Others Failed, Golden Harvest Hybrid Shines
“With competitors, you might see some falloff from the good dirt to the bad dirt. It would shine on good dirt, then it would hit a weaker spot and just kill you. Golden Harvest, though, has better consistency,” Hawkins said.
In addition to its drought tolerance and ear flex benefits, Golden Harvest hybrid G11U58 brand’s strong standability was key to its success – helping the hybrid withstand 65-mile-per-hour winds early in the season. Ultimately yielding above 200 bu/A an average, Hawkins said his investment in Golden Harvest Corn has been more than worthwhile.
“I’m a believer,” he said.
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