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  • Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    SILAGE AGRONOMY Trials Summary

    Product Knowledge Foundation

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    Early Maturity Trials Late Maturity Trials

    P0238XR (BMR) P1180XR (BMR)

    P0783XR (BMR) P1449XR (BMR)

    P0448AMX™ brand P1339AM1™ brand

    P0636AMX™ brand P1498AM1™ brand

    • Enable growers to position products at the highest

    yielding planting rates for their fields based on multi-

    location data.

    • Increase grower success and understanding of product

    placement based on individual field attributes such as

    tillage system, irrigation, and planting date.

    • 202 corn silage trials in WI, MN, IA and SD, including 34 PKF trials in 20141.

    • Focused on the newest Pioneer® brand BMR and non-

    BMR corn silage hybrids.

    Product Knowledge Foundation Objectives

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    Trial

    PKF Trial Configuration

    • Local participation, local results - Trials are planted,

    managed and harvested by forage growers in your area

    • Large enough to matter - 10-20 acres per trial

    • On-farm weighs - Harvested trial strips are weighed on

    driver-over scales on the farm

    • Forage Quality - samples were collected from each strip

    at harvest and sent to Pioneer Forage Labs for forage

    quality analysis

    Example of as-planted map for a PKF trial

    Corn Silage PKP (green) and PKF (red) Locations in 2014

    Locations and Planting Patterns

    Example Planting Configuration for PKF Trials

    Hybrids Included in 2014 Corn Silage PKF Trials

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    P0238XR (BMR) HXX, LL, RR2 Silage CRM 102 Silk CRM 106 GDUs to Silk 1320 Hybrid Characteristics

    Stress Emergence 5 Mid-Season Brittle 6 Sugar & Starch % 9

    Root Strength 7 Plant Height 6 Fiber Digestibility 9

    Stalk Strength 5 Ear Height 8 Milk or Beef per Acre 8

    Drought Tolerance Ear Flex Milk or Beef per Ton 9

    Maximizing

    Performance

    • Silage Yield and Milk per

    Acre were maximized

    when planted at 36,000

    seeds per acre.

    • Increasing plant

    population resulted in a

    higher proportion of

    tonnage coming from the

    green portion (NDF) of

    the plant.

    • By increasing the green

    portion of the plant, the

    grain to stover ratio was

    reduced, lowering overall

    starch content at higher

    seeding rates.

    • Fiber digestibility of the

    plant was similar across

    all seeding rates.

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    P0783XR (BMR) HXX, LL, RR2 Silage CRM 107 Silk CRM 107 GDUs to Silk 1330 Hybrid Characteristics

    Stress Emergence 5 Mid-Season Brittle 5 Sugar & Starch % 8

    Root Strength 7 Plant Height 5 Fiber Digestibility 9

    Stalk Strength 4 Ear Height 7 Milk or Beef per Acre 8

    Drought Tolerance Ear Flex Milk or Beef per Ton 9

    Maximizing

    Performance

    • Silage Yield and Milk per

    Acre were maximized

    when planted at 36,000

    seeds per acre.

    • Increasing plant

    population resulted in a

    higher proportion of

    tonnage coming from the

    green portion (NDF) of

    the plant.

    • By increasing the green

    portion of the plant, the

    grain to stover ratio was

    reduced slightly, lowering

    overall starch content at

    higher seeding rates.

    • Fiber digestibility of the

    plant was similar across

    all seeding rates.

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    P1180XR (BMR) HXX, LL, RR2 Silage CRM 111 Silk CRM 105 GDUs to Silk 1310 Hybrid Characteristics

    Stress Emergence 5 Mid-Season Brittle 6 Sugar & Starch % 8

    Root Strength 7 Plant Height 4 Fiber Digestibility 9

    Stalk Strength 4 Ear Height 6 Milk or Beef per Acre 7

    Drought Tolerance Ear Flex Milk or Beef per Ton 9

    Maximizing

    Performance

    • Silage Yield and Milk per

    Acre were maximized

    when planted at seeding

    rates from 36,000 to

    42,000.

    • Increasing plant

    population resulted in a

    higher proportion of

    tonnage coming from the

    green portion (NDF) of

    the plant.

    • By increasing the green

    portion of the plant, the

    grain to stover ratio was

    reduced, lowering overall

    starch content at higher

    seeding rates.

    • Fiber digestibility of the

    plant was similar across

    all seeding rates.

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    P1449XR (BMR) HXX, LL, RR2 Silage CRM 114 Silk CRM 116 GDUs to Silk 1440 Hybrid Characteristics

    Stress Emergence 5 Mid-Season Brittle 6 Sugar & Starch % 7

    Root Strength 5 Plant Height 8 Fiber Digestibility 9

    Stalk Strength 3 Ear Height 7 Milk or Beef per Acre 8

    Drought Tolerance 6 Ear Flex Milk or Beef per Ton 9

    Maximizing

    Performance

    • Silage Yield and Milk per

    Acre were maximized

    when planted at seeding

    rates of 36,000.

    • Increasing plant

    population resulted in a

    higher proportion of

    tonnage coming from the

    green portion (NDF) of

    the plant.

    • By increasing the green

    portion of the plant, the

    grain to stover ratio was

    reduced, lowering overall

    starch content, especially

    at higher seeding rates.

    • Fiber digestibility of the

    plant was similar across

    all seeding rates.

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    P0448AMX AMX, LL, RR2 Silage CRM 107 Silk CRM 102 GDUs to Silk 1270 Hybrid Characteristics

    Stress Emergence 5 Mid-Season Brittle 6 Sugar & Starch % 8

    Root Strength 7 Plant Height 4 Fiber Digestibility 7

    Stalk Strength 7 Ear Height 4 Milk or Beef per Acre 9

    Drought Tolerance 7 Ear Flex 6 Milk or Beef per Ton 8

    Maximizing

    Performance

    • Silage Yield and Milk per

    Acre were maximized

    when planted at seeding

    rates above 36,000.

    • Increasing plant

    population resulted in a

    higher proportion of

    tonnage coming from the

    green portion (NDF) of

    the plant.

    • By increasing the green

    portion of the plant, the

    grain to stover ratio was

    reduced, lowering overall

    starch content with higher

    seeding rates.

    • Fiber digestibility declined

    slightly for higher seeding

    rates.

  • 2014

    Developed with the genetic code to match your zip code

    The DuPont Oval Logo is a registered trademark of DuPont. ®, TM, SM Trademarks and service marks of Pioneer. © 2014 PHII 14-3376

    Product Knowledge Foundation

    P0636AMX AMX, LL, RR2 Silage CRM 108 Silk CRM 108 GDUs to Silk 1340 Hybrid Characteristics

    Stress Emergence 6 Mid-Season Brittle 6 Sugar & Starch % 8

    Root Strength 7 Plant Height 7 Fiber Digestibility 7

    Stalk Strength 5 Ear Height 7 Milk or Beef per Acre 7

    Drought Tolerance 9 Ear Flex 6 Milk or Beef per Ton 7

    Maximizing

    Performance

    • Silage Yield and Milk per

    Acre were maximized

    when planted at seeding

    rates of 30-36,000 seeds

    per acre.

    • Increasing plant

    population did not result in

    significant changes to

    fiber content (NDF),

    starch content or fiber

    digestibility in 2014.