WE ONLY CHAMPION THE BEST SOYBEAN TRAITS AND GENETICS
It’s all in the name: Champion Seed. As an independent seed company, we have a big advantage in that we can select from the best soybean genetic platforms and trait packages. This enables our agronomists, seedsmen and dealers to match soybean genetics and traits right down to the county level. This means you can plant soybeans with absolute confidence, knowing it’s right for the growing conditions in your fields.
What defines the genetics and traits of Champion Seed soybeans? First and foremost, stress tolerance. When growing conditions get tough, rest assured your yields will outperform others in your area (unless they’re planting Champion Seed, too). Secondly, disease pressure resistance. When disease infiltrates your soybean fields, the right traits are your first and strongest line of defense. And lastly, outstanding standability. After all, nobody wants to see soybeans lying in the field.
Take some time to browse through our online seed catalog and contact your local Champion Seed dealer when you’re ready to select soybean traits and genetics right down to the county level.
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Perfect fit from Hwy 18 to Hwy 83
Consistently dominant over the past few years
Has the white mold tolerance needed for a canola rotation
Right at home along the Canadian border
Outstanding standability and white mold tolerance
Best when kept in-zone
Performance doesn’t waver across soil types
Unrivaled yields in stressed environments
Caution placing in high-fertility fields
Extremely versatile variety
Very strong in lower-yield environment
Stout phytophthora tolerance for those heavy valley soils
Expect peak yields in the Red River Valley
Earliest SCN option for our Enlist lineup
110% of plot average in low-yield environments
Elite genetic package
IDC for the Valley, drought tolerance for the Hwy 281 corridor
Plant 15″ rows or wider to maximize yield in lateral branching
Offensive variety with big, beautiful plant type
Nice blend of IDC and 3a gene
Best performance anywhere along Hwy 2 and South
Separates itself in those higher-yielding fields
Love it’s potential in the Red River Valley, watch management on IDC & SCN acre
Love the pairing with 0880GTLL in the Valley and 0630GTLL out West
Performance gets better as the situation gets tougher
Handles variability very well
Pair with 03x30N for a great combo for Foster, Wells and Eddy counties
Stability across yield environments
Look for standout performance in Barnes, Stutsman and Foster counties
Seed treatment strongly recommended
Blush plant type with high-yield potential
Surprisingly consistent into the valley
Great companion product to pair with 0730E for those tougher acres
Extremely consistent, year-in, year-out.
Package feels valley exclusive but has proven to move West successfully.
Strongly encourage an SCN seed treatment to make this the Red River Valley dominator.
Great-looking light tawny, medium plant type with great stress tolerance
Best yields found in medium to heavy soils
Couple with 05X80N or 09X30N for those IDC-challenged field
Has what it takes to succeed in the heavy Valley soils
Toughness and stress tolerance to handle those challenging fields
Big, beautiful, light tawny profile best in 15″ or wider rows
Not many varieties can hang with this one in high-yield environments.
Extremely successful in the area between HWY 75 & 9 in MN.
Highly recommend a seed treatment to protect all this yield.
Adaptability for our entire footprint
Great phytophthora field tolerance despite no gene
Wins 72% of the time over the past 2 years in North Dakota
Will be a staple in Richland and Wilkins counties.
Great partner for 0990EN to handle those hot IDC fields.
Great standability and stress tolerance.
Dominate across Western MN and into the Dakotas.
Enough IDC for the VAlley, stress tolerance to move West.
Brown stem rot resistance and strong phytophthora tolerance.
Strong standing line with a well-rounded disease package.
Amazing iron chlorosis protection & great stress tolerance.
Adapted to South Dakota, Western Minnesota, and goes into the early group II zone.
Adapts well to SD, MN and northern IA.
2019 test results revealed a 1.5 bu. advantage on 18X78N.
Not suited to high pH ground or fields with a history of White mold.
Late Group I Enlist that maintains performance into Group II territory.
Medium canopy and great standability lends itself to acres prone to White Mold.
Strong Iron Deficiency Chlorosis tolerance plus 1k gene for Phytophthora Root Rot.
Fantastic White Mold tolerance and very good stress tolerance.
Great performance in all yield environments.
Well-rounded set of defensive traits.
Adapts well to South Dakota and Iowa.
Yield differential spikes in tough conditions.
Reduce populations in high fertility.
A blend to protect your yield from all angles.
Great Frog Eye tolerance paired with great White Mold tolerance.
Double down and increase your odds of success.