GC Seeds and Service, LLC

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Top Picks

Corn Seed

97 RM
197-68STXRIB
  • Versatile product with a solid agronomic package
  • Broad movement from west to east in the 95-100 RM zones, moves south well
  • Has strong yield potential over a wide area; strong roots and stalks
  • Great overall plant health with good Goss's wilt tolerance
101 RM
201-05DGVT2PRIB
  • Versatile plant with excellent yield potential
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Tends to emerge slow but uniform with great seedling vigor
  • Very good flex in moderate yielding conditions but also very strong response to population in favorable environments: push population on high fertility soils following beans for top end yield
103 RM
203-01STXRIB
  • Impressive yield potential with a good disease package
  • Broadly adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Excellent staygreen and late season intactness
  • Good fit for most yield environments with attractive agronomics to provide flexibility in placement
107 RM
207-27STXRIB
  • Has shown solid performance with top-end yield potential and great disease package
  • Best fit east to west in the 105-110 RM zones; good southern movement
  • Medium plant stature with lower ear placement; attractive plant type in the field; very good stay green makes it a good silage option
  • Plant at M to MH populations; stalks and health support higher density; adapted to most rotations
109 RM
209-53STXRIB
  • Great yield potential in stress environments with excellent Goss's Wilt and greensnap tolerance
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 110-115 RM zones
  • Excellent roots and very good stay green; very good tolerance to greensnap and leaf diseases
  • Good fit for corn-on-soybean and corn-on-corn rotations east to west due to excellent disease tolerance; very good performance in high-density plantings
110 RM
210-26STXRIB
  • Outstanding top-end yield performance potential
  • Widely adapted west to east in 110-115 RM zones
  • Dries down a little slower when moving north
  • Yield response to density is minimal above 36,000 ppa; has shown solid stalks and roots even as density increases; good choice for corn-on-corn or rotated acres

Silage Seed

109 RM
209-53STXRIB
  • Great yield potential in stress environments with excellent Goss's Wilt and greensnap tolerance
  • Widely adapted west to east in the 110-115 RM zones
  • Excellent roots and very good stay green; very good tolerance to greensnap and leaf diseases
  • Good fit for corn-on-soybean and corn-on-corn rotations east to west due to excellent disease tolerance; very good performance in high-density plantings
105 RM
205-19STXRIB
  • Outstanding yield potential with good plant health
  • Widely adapted west to east in 105-110 RM zones
  • Excellent option for corn-on-corn
  • Very good standability; populations need to be kept at MH to H
107 RM
207-27STXRIB
  • Has shown solid performance with top-end yield potential and great disease package
  • Best fit east to west in the 105-110 RM zones; good southern movement
  • Medium plant stature with lower ear placement; attractive plant type in the field; very good stay green makes it a good silage option
  • Plant at M to MH populations; stalks and health support higher density; adapted to most rotations
103 RM
203-01STXRIB
  • Impressive yield potential with a good disease package
  • Broadly adapted west to east in the 100-105 RM zones
  • Excellent staygreen and late season intactness
  • Good fit for most yield environments with attractive agronomics to provide flexibility in placement

Soybean Seed

2.2 RM
2218R2X
  • Racehorse soybean with a broad acre fit
  • SCN Resistance with average disease package
  • Offensive soybean that is widely adaptable
2.4 RM
2418R2X
  • Broad overall fit showing better performance potential moving east
  • Has shown improved yield and standability over 2416R2X brand
  • Offensive soybean with SCN resistance
2.3 RM
2306R2
  • Strong performance backed with a robust defensive package
  • Adapted from Iowa/Minnesota and east
  • Fits most row widths and soils; good for no-till environments
  • Great choice for performance with a strong defensive package for IDC, SDS, WM and BSR
1.8 RM
1818R2X
  • Well-rounded soybean showing good performance in MN, ND and SD
  • Strong disease package

Alfalfa Seed

4.0 FD
NOTICEIII
  • Multi-leaflet alfalfa with high forage yield potential and quality
  • A great fit for areas with shorter growing conditions
  • Fast recovery and greenup for more forage production
  • Strong disease package; Disease Resistance Index score 30 out of 30
4.0 FD
ROUGHRIDERBLEND
  • Economical blend with good forage yield and quality potential
  • Recommended for more marginal conditions
  • Good for medium- to long-term stands

Field Check up Series

Seeds Of Success–Every season begins with a customized plan. Your Seedsman will take into account your ideal planting window, specific soil conditions from field to field and how to make that work with weather conditions.

  • Track Field History
  • Discuss planting expectations
  • Evaluate field conditions
  • Conduct stand counts
  • Note insect issues

A Healthy Start

As plants take root, your Seedsman will provide a personal consultation to set you up for success-scouting for nutrient deficiencies, checking for foliar diseases and inspecting for insect and weed pressure.

  • Scout for nutrient deficiency
  • Check for foliar disease
  • Inspect for weeds
  • Note insect issues

Watch the Plant. Watch out for Pests and Weeds.

This Field Check Up Series stage focuses on plant development and overall plant health. Your Seedsman will evaluate the plant, looking for signs of heat, moisture issues and any nutrient deficiencies. This is also when pests and weeds can arrive in full force, so we need to be ready to respond if pressure is high.

  • Evaluate pollination
  • Complete weed evaluation
  • Dig and compare roots
  • Evaluate node/root mass
  • Collect soil samples
  • Measure plant stands
  • Recommend fungicides

The Home Stretch

This stage of the Field Check Up Series includes final preparations and inspections for harvest. We're evaluating plant health and monitoring final development of crops.

  • Estimate yields
  • Develop harvest schedule
  • Weigh side-by- sides
  • Develop combine call list
  • Evaluate harvest goals
  • Provide Custom Crop Report

Climate FieldView™

Does the listening so you can get the most out of every acre.

Each farm is different. Every field is unique. Use FieldView™ year round to make data driven decisions to maximize your return on every acre. We’re your data partner to seamlessly collect, store, and visualize critical field data, monitor and measure the impact of your agronomic decisions on crop performance, and manage your field variability by building customized fertility and seeding plans for your fields to optimize yield and maximize profit.

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GC SEEDS & SERVICE LLC

N1853 Hwy 69
Monroe, WI 53556

(608) 214-4524