Grain Sorghum

Relative Maturity
Color of Grain
Sugar Cane Aphid Tolerant
BrandRelative MaturityFeatures
W-5506Very Early
  • Very early season maturity
  • Slightly taller than W-5501
  • Good short season with a good yield history from Mid Nebraska South
  • Very good double crop hybrid for Central Kansas South
  • Dependable yields in tough dryland conditions
  • Excellent drydown qualities
  • Plant from 35,000 plants per acre on dryland to 85,000 plants per acre under irrigation
W-5701Early
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Very uniform with very good eye appeal
  • Great overall plant health
  • Very good standability
  • Performs well on both dryland and irrigated fields
  • Early maturing hybrid that can yield with the later maturing hybrids
  • Adapted to conditions from South Texas to the Midwest
W-5706-WEarly
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Food grade hybrid
  • Very uniform with very good eye appeal
  • Does not produce multiple tillers
  • Performs well on both dryland and irrigated fields
  • Good Standability
  • Good drought tolerance
W-5711Early
  • Excellent yield for maturity
  • Good tolerance to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Great overall plant health and uniformity
  • Very good drought tolerance and standability
  • Performs well on both dryland and irrigated fields
  • Early maturing hybrid that can yield with the later maturing hybrids
  • Adapted to conditions from South Texas to the Midwest
  • Very good standability
W-5901Early
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Very uniform with very good eye appeal
  • Great overall plant health
  • Very good standability
  • Performs well on both dryland and irrigated fields
  • Early maturing hybrid that can yield with the later maturing hybrids
  • Adapted to conditions from South Texas to the Midwest
  • Very good standability
W-5716Early
  • Excellent early maturity hybrid
  • Top end performer even when compared to medium early and medium maturity hybrids
  • Bright Red grain that is very showy in the field
  • Plant from Central and South Texas up to South Dakota
  • Prepare to scout for Sugar Cane Aphids as this hybrid is susceptible
  • Excellent choice for dryland and double cropping behind wheat
W-5501Early
  • One of the earliest hybrids with excellent yield potential for double crop
  • Very uniform with very good eye appeal
  • Short statured plant with excellent stalk strength
  • Very good standability
  • Adapted to conditions from Texas to South Dakota
  • Short in stature with excellent stalk strength for tough dryland conditions
W-494-AEarly
  • Excellent choice for late planting or double cropping
  • High top-end yield potential for maturity
  • Good cold soil emergence
  • Good drydown and uniform maturity makes predictable harvest
  • Tolerates high planting rates and drill or narrow row planting
  • Adapted to all grain sorghum growing areas
W-5911Medium Early
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Very uniform with very good eye appeal
  • Highly tolerant to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Excellent standability
  • Widely adaptable from South Texas to Southern Nebraska
  • Performs at high levels in good conditions but also in tough dryland conditions
  • Plant in areas where Sugar Cane Aphid infestations are likely
W-5916Medium Early
  • NEW hybrid for 2021 with outstanding yield potential
  • Very uniform with very good eye appeal and bright red grain color
  • Moderate tolerance to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Excellent head exertion and stalk strength
  • New for the 2021 season
  • Widely adapted from South Texas to Southern Nebraska
  • Performs at high levels on good conditions but also on tough dryland conditions
  • Plant in areas where Sugar Cane Aphid infestations are possible. Moderate tolerance
W-5921Medium Early
  • Widely adaptable from South Texas to Southern Nebraska
  • Moderate tolerance to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Very consistent yields with great overall plant health and uniformity
  • Very good drought tolerance and standability
  • Performs best under good conditions but also works well on favorable dryland conditions
  • Plant in areas where Sugar Cane Aphid infestations are likely
W-625-YMedium
  • Our most popular and consistent medium maturity hybrid
  • Moderately tolerant to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Outstanding drought tolerance and stay green
  • Very good emergence and early vigor
  • Excellent standability and test weight
  • Performs well on both dryland and irrigated fields
  • Adapted to conditions from Central Texas to the Midwest
  • Plant in areas where Sugar Cane Aphid infestations are possible. Moderate tolerance
W-7721Medium-Full
  • Highest yield potential in product lineup
  • Very uniform with excellent eye appeal
  • Highly tolerant to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Good disease resistance
  • Should be planted in high rainfall or irrigated conditions
  • Medium tall hybrid that should be used where high top end yields are expected
  • Use where Sugar Cane Aphids are a concern
W-7051Medium-Full
  • Tall, red grain, very attractive hybrid
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Excellent choice for an early sorghum silage with excellent nutritional values
  • Very good standability and disease resistance
  • Very good tolerance to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Can be planted from South Texas to Kansas
  • Tall plant offers grazing options after grain harvest
  • Should only be planted in higher rainfall or irrigated conditions
W-7706-WMedium-Full
  • Tall, white grain, very attractive hybrid
  • Excellent yield potential
  • Excellent choice for an early sorghum silage with excellent nutritional values
  • Very good standability
  • Very good tolerance to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Can be planted from South Texas to Kansas
  • Use where Sugar Cane Aphids are a concern
  • Should be planted in high rainfall or irrigated conditions
W-844-EMedium-Full
  • Excellent yield potential and test weight
  • Highly tolerant to Sugar Cane Aphids
  • Highly resistant to biotype C and E greenbugs
  • Excellent weathering resistance
  • Very good disease resistance
  • Best results when planted in warmer soils
  • Adapted to conditions from deep South Texas to Nebraska
  • Plant in areas where Sugar Cane Aphid infestations are likely
W-902-WFull
  • High yielding white, food grade grain sorghum with outstanding grain quality
  • High weathering resistance even for a white grain
  • Should be planted in high rainfall or irrigated conditions
  • Be careful of late planting in areas where early frosts are a concern
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