Dyna-Gro Dyna-Gro
Dyna-gro
Dyna-Gro Dyna-Gro
Dyna-gro
Sorghum

Management Comments

  • Good drought tolerance and standability, excellent for dryland production
  • Strong emergence in cool soils
  • Good resistance to downy mildew
  • Good choice for areas where inputs are limited
  • Adapted to most soil types and tillage systems
  • Limited tolerance to sugarcane aphid

Agronomic Ratings

  • Early Vigor
  • Standability
  • Yeild Under Stress
  • Irrigated Environment
  • Dryland
  • Head Extension
  • Threshability
  • Sugar Cane Aphid
  • 1
    Poor
  • 3
  • 5
    Average
  • 7
  • 9
    Excellent

Agronomic Traits

  • Grain Color
    Bronze
  • Drydown
    9
  • Endosperm Color
    Yellow
  • Head Exertion
    8
  • Head Type
    Semi-open
  • Threshability
    8
  • Plant Height
    Medium
  • Drought Tolerance
    9
  • Early Vigor
    9
  • Heat Tolerance
    8
  • Standability
    8
  • Avg. Seeds/Pound (thousands)
    13-15

Disease Tolerance Ratings

Key
  • 9 — Excellent
  • 5 — Average
  • 1 — Poor
  • n/a — Testing not complete
  • Head Smut
    7
  • Rust
    7
  • Downy Mildew
    5
  • Fusarium Rot
    7
  • Anthracnose
    7
  • Green Bug Resistance
    Sc
  • Charcoal Rog
    7
  • Sugar Cane Aphid
    5
  • Charcoal Rot
    8
  • Low Insect Pressure
    HR

Plant with these Hybrids

  • M54GR24
  • M57GB19
  • M59GB57
  • M60GB31
  • M60GB88
  • HR
    =
    Highly Recommended
  • R
    =
    Recommended
  • N
    =
    Not Recommended
  • -
    =
    Testing not complete

Row Width

  • Wide
    HR
  • 15-20”
    HR
  • Drilled
    HR

Populations

  • Low
    HR
  • Medium
    HR
  • High
    HR

Tillage

  • Conventional
    HR
  • Minimum
    HR
  • Ridge-Till
    HR
  • No-Till
    HR

Soils

  • Silt Loam
    HR
  • Sandy
    R
  • Clay
    HR
  • Poorly Drained
    R

Yield Environment

  • High Yield
    R
  • Moderate Yield
    HR
  • Stress Yield
    HR

Water Management

  • Full Irrigation
    HR
  • Limited Irrigation
    HR
  • Dryland below 21”
    HR

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