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2017 Southern Soybean Varieties AGVENTURE MIDSOUTH 38H4R • High yield potential • Resistant to brown stem rot and SCN (soybean cyst nematode) • Strong, inherent spring emergence • Taller plant type with good SDS (sudden death syndrome) tolerance 44Z8RRSTS • Broadly-adapted Mid-Group IV product with STS (sulfonylurea tolerant soybean) • Medium height, bushy plant type for shading wide rows • Resistant to stem canker and frogeye • Good tolerance to brown stem rot 45Z9RR • Mid-Group IV that excels in high yield environments • Resistant to stem canker • Strong SCN resistance package • Good scores against seed shatter 46B3RR • Attractive, medium-statured Mid-Group IV product • Good scores against seed shatter • “K” gene for Phytophthora root rot, resistant to stem canker • Resistant to frogeye leaf spot 47E1RR • Taller, mid- to late Group IV indeterminate loves the Delta • Resistant to stem canker and frogeye leaf spot • Resists seed shatter • Performs well in most all soil types 48E3RR • Attractive tawny plants of medium height • Moderate chloride excluder • Genetic resistance to stem canker and Phytophthora root rot • For all soil types, wide geographic use 48E5R2STS • Late Group IV with STS tolerance and good flood tolerance

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• Genetic stem canker resistance • Strong ratings against sudden death and SCN • “C” gene for Phytophthora root rot 49H4R • New late Group IV with top test results • Resistant to stem canker • Good tolerance to frogeye leaf spot • Tall and full plant architecture D5108RRSTS • Impressive plant stature in an early Group V indeterminate with STS tolerance • Resistant to stem canker plus good Phytophthora root rot field tolerance • Great Southern performer, tawny • Chloride excluder with root-knot nematode resistance 52M7RSTS • Tremendous defenses make for very dependable performance • Tawny, early Group V determinate with STS tolerance • Chloride excluder, full resistance to root-knot nematode • Solid scores against brown stem rot, SDS and stem canker

54K4RR • Excellent Phytophthora root rot package with “3c” gene plus field tolerance • Sodium chloride excluder • Good tolerance to SDS • Moderate resistance to root-knot nematode 55K5RR • Mid-Group V determinate with excellent agronomics and defenses • Strong tolerance to SDS and Photophthora root rot (“3c” gene) • Chloride excluder, resistant to stem canker • SCN protection with moderate resistance to root-knot nematode AV47Z0STS Conventional • New Late Group IV conventional with STS tolerance • Resistant to stem canker with good Phytophthora root rot field tolerance • Noted to perform well across soil types • Medium-statured light tawny plant type AV52E0 Conventional • New early Group V indeterminate conventional • Responds well to all soil types • Very good Phytophthora field tolerance • Moderately good resistance to frogeye


• Protection against soybean cyst nematode • Tolerance to southern stem canker and frogeye leaf spot • Excellent performance in Midwest and Mid-South growing areas • Responsive to high yield management

AV38E8LL Liberty • A top late Group III LibertyLink product with great agronomics • Solid scores against sudden death and charcoal rot • Good emergence, standability and shatter resistance • Resistance to root-knot nematode

AG46X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend • Mid-Group IV • Excellent field tolerance to Phytophthora rot • SCN resistance • Good tolerance to southern stem canker and frogeye leaf spot • Medium-tall plant with good branching potential • Chloride excluder trait for tolerance to accumulated salts

45B5LL Liberty • Mid-Group IV LL release with SCN resistance • K gene for Phytophthora root rot resistance • Good tolerance to sudden death syndrome • Top yields in testing over multiple years 48H1LL Liberty • New late Group IV LibertyLink product release • Tall plant type with SCN resistance • Resistant to stem canker • Good score against sudden death syndrome 49K5LL Liberty • Indeterminate LibertyLink product • K gene for Phytophthora root rot protection • Resistance to both SCN and root-knot nematode • Good scores against frogeye and stem canker 49H9LLSTS Liberty • New late Group IV LL/STS indeterminate release • Big brawny plant type, handles stress well • Very good resistance to root-knot nematode • K gene for Phytophthora root rot, good stem canker tolerance 52C2LL Liberty • Very defensive early Group V LibertyLink product • PI88788-based S protection with moderate root-knot resistance • Rps1K gene for Phytophthora root rot • Solid scores against SDS, frogeye and stem canker For a complete list of AgVenture Mid-South soybean varieties, visit http http://agventure midsouth.com/products/soybean-vareties/

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ASGROW AG42X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend • Early Group IV • Resistance to soybean cyst nematode (SCN) • Phytophthora package includes Rps1C and high-level field tolerance • Good tolerance to frogeye leaf spot • Medium tall, medium bushy plant with strong emergence AG43X7 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend/SR (sulfonylurea-based herbicide tolerance) • Early Group IV • Tall, aggressive plant type with good growth on tougher soils • Resistance to SCN • Good tolerance to frogeye leaf spot and southern stem canker AG44X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend • Mid-Group IV • Resistance to soybean cyst nematode • Protection against Phytophthora rot • Tolerance to southern stem canker and frogeye leaf spot • Medium-tall to tall plant with good standability AG4632 • Roundup Ready 2 Yield/SR • Mid-Group IV • Very good Phytophthora field tolerance

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AG46X7 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend/SR • Mid-Group IV • Tall plant type with full canopy and average standability • Resistance to SCN • Very strong field tolerance to Phytophthora rot • Tolerant to frogeye leaf spot and southern stem canker AG47X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend/SR • Late Group IV • Resistance to SCN and moderate resistance to southern root knot nematode • Phytophthora rot protection from the Rps1c gene and good field tolerance • Has shown excellent tolerance to both frogeye leaf spot and southern stem canker • Tall plant with medium bushy canopy AG49X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend • Late Group IV • SCN resistance • Phytophthora rot protection from the Rps1c gene and good field tolerance • Very good tolerance to southern stem canker and frogeye leaf spot • Medium-tall plant with good standability AG53X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend • Early Group V • Resistance package for protection against SCN and southern root knot nematode

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• Has shown excellent disease tolerance to Phytophthora rot, southern stem canker, frogeye leaf spot and sudden death syndrome • Medium height determinate plant with bushy canopy AG54X6 • Roundup Ready 2 Xtend • Mid-Group V • Resistance to SCN • Very good tolerance to Phytophthora rot and sudden death syndrome • Outstanding tolerance to southern stem canker and frogeye leaf spot • Tall indeterminate plant with medium bushy canopy • Moderate tolerance to soils with accumulated salts For a complete list of Asgrow soybean varieties, visit http https://www.aganytime.com/ asgrow

CREDENZ CZ 4540 LL • 4.5 maturity, med/tall • Excellent tolerance to sudden death syndrome • Excellent resistance to frog eye leaf spot CZ 4748 LL • 4.7 maturity, med/avg • Excellent tolerance to sudden death syndrome • Excellent resistance to frog eye leaf spot • Excellent resistance to stem canker CZ 4818 LL • 4.5 maturity, med/tall • Excellent tolerance to sudden death syndrome • Good resistance to frog eye leaf spot • Excellent resistance to stem canker • Chloride excluder

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HBK LL 4953 • 4.9 maturity, tall • Excellent resistance to frog eye leaf spot • Excellent resistance to stem canker

CZ 4818 LL • 4.8 maturity, med/tall • Excellent resistance to stem canker • Excellent resistance to frog eye leaf spot

CZ 5147 LL • 5.1 maturity, medium • Excellent tolerance to sudden death syndrome • Excellent resistance to frog eye leaf spot and stem canker

CZ 5225 LL • 5.2 maturity, medium • Excellent resistance to stem canker • Sulfonylurea-tolerant soybeans (STS) • Strong resistance to frog eye leaf spot

CZ 5150 LL • 5.1 maturity, med/avg • Excellent resistance to stem canker • Excellent resistance to frog eye leaf spot

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CZ 5445 LL • 5.4 Maturity, med/avg • Excellent resistance to stem canker and frog eye leaf spot • Chloride excluder

CZ 6316 LL • 6.3 maturity, med/avg • Excellent resistance to stem canker and frog eye leaf spot • Sulfonylurea-tolerant soybeans • Chloride excluder CZ 7007 LL • 7 maturity, med/tall • Excellent resistance to stem canker and frog eye leaf spot • Strong tolerance to sudden death syndrome • Sulfonylurea-tolerant soybeans For a complete list of Credenz soybean varieties, visit https://www.cropscience.bayer. us/products/seeds/credenz


MYCOGEN 5N406R2 • Medium plant type with good branching • Good southern movement and a salt excluder • Very good tolerance to stem canker • Works well in wide- and narrow-row systems 5N424R2 • Medium plant stature with good branching and good standability • Good Phytophthora tolerance and tolerance to frogeye leaf spot • STS (sulfonylurea tolerant soybean) • Great choice for all soil types, especially loam and highly productive ground 5N433R2 • Strong performance in Mid-South, especially in clay and mixed soils • Strong emergence with very good Phytophthora protection • Good tolerance to frogeye leaf spot • Attractive plant with good branching 5N452R2 • Very good yield potential for both southern Midwest and Mid-South • Branching plant type handles a wide range of environments • Works well across all soil types with best performance on mixed and clay soils • Good defensive package 5N479R2 • Broadly adapted variety with STS (sulfonylurea tolerant soybean) • Performs well across all soil types in Mid-South • Very good tolerance to frogeye leaf spot and sudden death syndrome • Resistant to stem canker 5N480R2 • Tall, widely adapted STS soybean with good standability • Works well in loam to mixed soils • Very good sudden death syndrome tolerance • Resistant to stem canker 5N523R2 • Indeterminate soybean-cyst-nematoderesistant variety • Good SDS (sudden death syndrome) tolerance and metribuzin resistance • Tolerant to STS and shows moderate tolerance as a salt excluder for the Delta 5N550R2 • Great defensive package protects yield potential of this determinate variety

• Good emergence with strong early vigor • Resistant to root-knot nematode • Moderately resistant to stem canker For a complete list of Mycogen soybean varieties, visit http://mycogen.com

NK SOYBEANS S39-C4 (3.9 RM) • Outstanding stress tolerance adds to yield stability • Exceptional adaptation across all row widths • Excellent sudden death syndrome (SDS) resistance S42-P6 (4.2 RM) • Exciting new early maturity Group IV option • Great frogeye leaf spot tolerance • Medium-tall plant type with excellent standability S43-V3X (4.3 RM) • Medium-tall plant type with exceptional stress tolerance • Excellent frogeye leaf spot and very good sudden death syndrome protection • Provides herbicide flexibility S45-W9 (4.5 RM) • Chloride excluder trait with performance makes this variety well suited for all soil types • Excellent choice for quick canopying in wide-row systems • Attractive, high-yielding and broadly adaptable plant S47-K5 (4.7 RM) • Excellent frogeye leaf spot resistance • Attractive plant type with solid stress tolerance • Strong standability S47-C8 (4.7 RM) • Good choice for all soil types • Excellent frogeye leaf spot resistance to protect high-end yields • Strong stress tolerance for the tough acre S48-D9 (4.8 RM) • Chlorine excluder trait • Excellent frogeye leaf spot and very strong sudden death syndrome resistance • Delivers yield stability across multiple environments S48-R2X (4.8 RM) • Excellent sudden death syndrome protection • Well suited for all soil types and crop rotations

• Adapted throughout the entire maturity Group IV growing area S52-Y2 (5.2 RM) • Indeterminate growing habit with excellent southern stem canker resistance • Good iron deficiency and chlorosis tolerance • Rps1c gene for Phytophthora root rot resistance S56-M8 (5.6 RM) • Exceptional standability for harvest flexibility • Great sudden death syndrome and good frogeye leaf spot resistances improve stability • Strong choice where chloride exclusion is needed For a complete list of NK Soybean varieties, visit www.NKSoybeans.com.

PIONEER P38T61BR • Late Group III variety with Bolt technology offering tolerance to glyphosate and to certain sulfonylurea chemistries • Highly suitable for early planting in upland and drought-prone soils • Avoid planting in highly productive soils or under irrigation due to lodging potential • Wide canopy width with very good field emergence • Additional Bolt technology offerings in later maturity: P49T09BR, P50T15BR P41T33R • Early Group IV leader variety containing glyphosate-tolerant trait – replaces 94Y23 • Excellent standability highly suited for productive soils irrigated or dryland • Moderate plant height with very good harvest standability • Above average tolerance to frogeye leaf spot • Excellent shattering tolerance with slightly below average resistance to SDS (sudden death syndrome) P45T11R • High yielding and widely-adapted mid-Group IV variety containing the glyphosate-tolerant trait • Taller plant type with exceptional standability, well-suited for fields prone to lodging • Best performance when planted in narrow rows • Excellent tolerance to frogeye leaf spot and has the 1k Phytophthora gene for seedling resistance SOYBEAN SOUTH NOVEMBER/DECEMBER 2016

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P46T30X • High yield potential mid-Group IV variety suited for productive soils • Contains the Roundup Ready 2 Xtend technology • Position on productive dryland to irrigated environments • Average SDS tolerance and has the 1c Phytophthora gene for seedling resistance • Displays gray pubescence on a brown colored pod P47T36R • Highly popular late Group IV leader variety with exceptional yield potential containing the glyphosate-tolerant trait • Highly suitable for a wide range of soils, but especially well adapted to the more productive soils • Works well planted full-season or for double-crop acres • Above average SDS tolerance with moderate resistance to frogeye leaf spot

glyphosate-tolerant trait • Position in somewhat stressful to the higher-yield environments • Outstanding resistance to southern root-knot nematode and stem canker • Very good frogeye leaf spot and SDS tolerance with exceptional resistance to SCN races 3 and 14 P76T25R2 • Mid-Group VII variety with the Genuity Roundup Ready 2 Yield trait • Position in moderate- to high-yield environments for top-end yield potential • Tall plant with wide canopy width that displays tawny pubescence on a tan pod • Excellent southern root-knot nematode tolerance with good charcoal rot tolerance For a complete list of Pioneer soybean varieties, visit https://www.pioneer.com/home/ site/us/products/soybean/

P47T89R • Outstanding yield potential leader variety for rice silt loams and clays in a late Group IV maturity containing the glyphosate-tolerant trait • Excellent early growth with aggressive height and canopy • Above-average frogeye leaf spot • Highly suited for ESPS (early soybean production systems) and full-season irrigated management P48T27X • New, high yield potential variety with the Roundup Ready 2 Xtend technology • Late Group IV maturity suitable for sandy loams to heavy silt loam and clay soil types • Above average SDS tolerance and has the 1c Phytophthora gene for seedling resistance • Displays tawny pubescence on a brown colored pod P48T53R • Late Group IV leader variety exhibiting shorter height and tawny pubescence on a tan pod that contains the glyphosatetolerant trait • Position in moderate- to high-yield environments to take advantage of topend yield potential • Provides above average SDS tolerance and exceptional soybean cyst nematode race 3 and 14 resistance • Good tolerance to both charcoal rot and frogeye leaf spot P55T81R • Mid-Group V tan pod variety with outstanding yield potential containing the

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metribuzin as well as being very healthy in the presence of IDC (iron deficiency chlorosis) P4516RXS • STS (sulfonylurea-tolerant soybean) Xtend variety • Medium-tall variety with extreme yield potential • Resistance to stem canker and is moderately resistant to frogeye P4799RXS • Bred from our current highest yielding test bean, the P 4757RY • Great fit for medium to light soil types and all row spacings • Elevated disease package as well as the added STS technology P4816RX • NEW Xtend soybean variety • Excluder for the Mid-South and Delta with a great disease package • Slightly taller that P4900RY with a bushier canopy for adaptability to wider rows P5016RXS • NEW Xtend STS soybean variety • Indeterminate variety that is a good option for light to mixed soil types • Great disease package with resistance to stem canker and is moderately resistant to root-knot nematode, frogeye and SDS (sudden death syndrome) P4814LLS • NEW LL55 variety with STS technology • Red bean with excellent yield potential

PROGENY P4757RY • Medium to tall light tawny soybean with excellent yield potential • Works on all soil types and row spacings • Great disease package with resistance to frogeye and stem canker P4900RY • Medium plant height regardless of the soil type • Top selling, high-yielding variety across all soil types and row spacings • Excellent disease package P5752RY • NEW late Group 5 variety with proven performance. • Resistance to root-knot nematode frogeye and stem canker, and tolerance to

P4930LL • Good double-crop soybean with excellent standability • Tall healthy plant with little disease • Good fit for all soil types and row spacings P5414LLS • NEW LL55 variety with STS technology • Red bean with salt tolerance • Some resistance to root-knot nematode For a complete list of Progeny soybean varieties, visit http://progenyag.com

TERRAL SEED REV 38R10 • Top end yields for maturity • Very good stress tolerance • Consistent across environments • Excellent canopy for maturity Group 3 • Outstanding disease package – frogeye, Rps1k, SDS (sudden death syndrome) and chloride excluder


REV 45A46 • Excellent yield potential with a wide area of adaptation • Very good height and harvest standability • Will canopy wider rows • Good stem canker, SCN (soybean cyst nematode) and Rps1K gene REV 47R34 • Outstanding yielder • Best placement on mixed to heavier soil types with good drainage • Row spacing neutral • Reduce populations on sandy to loamy soil types for best standability • Excellent SCN, frogeye and stem canker tolerance REV 48A26 • Top end yielder • Excellent pod clustering ability • Best on mixed to heavy soil types • Good harvest standability • Good early season growth • Very good chloride tolerance with Rps1k, SCN and stem canker REV 48A76 • Excellent yielding ability • Outstanding choice for loamy to

mixed soil types • Medium compact plant type with very good harvest standability • Excellent choice for twin or narrow rows • Very good SCN, frogeye, chloride excluder and stem canker tolerance REV 49R94 • High yielding, highly versatile late Group IV • Farm friendly • Soil type neutral • Irrigation neutral • Row spacing neutral • Very good harvest standability • Branches well in lower pops • Rapid canopy closure • SCN, Rps1K, chloride excluder and stem canker tolerance REV 51A56 • Early Group V Indeterminate with very good yield potential • Best placed on mixed to heavier soil types • Very good double crop option • Very good flood tolerance rating • Potential levee water option • Disease package includes chloride excluder, frogeye and stem canker

REV 56R63 • Top end yield potential for a mid-Group 5 • Best placement on mixed to heavy ground • Works well in height challenged environments with good canopy coverage • Chloride excluder with field tolerance to iron chlorosis • Excellent stem canker package and SCN, moderate tolerance to southern rootknot REV 57A17 • NEW 5.7 product • Very good yield potential • Medium height, but very wide plant type • Will canopy wider rows • Outstanding disease package: SCN, rootknot nematode, Rps1K and stem canker REV 48L63 • Late Group IV LL option • Very good yield potential, competitive with other herbicide options • Taller with similar standability and maturity as REV 49L29 • Will canopy wider rows • Good stem canker, SDS, Fe (iron), and chloride tolerance with SCN 3 and 1 For a complete list of Terral Seed sSoybean varieties, visit http://www.terralseed.com

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