Albert Lea Seed

Seed Index Trial Data

Non-GMO Soybeans

Sheyenne

0.8R.M.

Highest-Yielding Early Soybean
Clear Hilum


  • One of the highest-yielding early conventional varieties that you can plant
  • Comes south well as a late-planted or replant soybean
  • We have sold this variety for 3 years with good reports from our customers
  • Medium height, very good standing
  • Average protein Yellow hilum soybean with dual-purpose marketability

Viking 1518N

1.5R.M.

New Genetics, Excellent Yields



  • We are excited about Viking 1518N, one of the first new elite conventional soybeans to become available in several years
  • This new soybean has the yield potential to compete with the best available traited soybeans
  • Medium stature, bushy bean that works great in wide rows
  • Excellent yield performance in 2013 and 2014 in replicated trials
  • 1.5 maturity that travels South well into Iowa
  • Strong emergence and standability

Viking 1722N

1.7R.M.

Potential Food-Grade Soybean with Good Yields and Defense



  • Yellow hilum with elevated protein (43.1%, 2015)
  • Good candidate to replace P.92M10 and similar genetics
  • Very good defensive package allows for stronger performance across multiple environments
  • Strong yield performance across SD, MN and WI
  • PI88788 gene for Cyst Nematode protection
  • Very good tolerance to IDC on high pH soils
  • Our notes show maturity to be 1.5-1.6 in 2015

Viking 2072N

2R.M.

High Yield, Yellow Hilum Soybean



  • Highest yielding soybean in 7 location test of 50 varieties in 2014.  Yielded within 2 bu. of Viking 2000R2N in 2015
  • PI88788 gene for Cyst Nematode resistance
  • In-plot observations in 2015, 2072N showed above average tolerance to White Mold
  • Possible replacement for P.92M10 and similar food-grade soybeans
  • Yellow hilum, average protein

Viking 2018N

2R.M.

Elite New Conventional!



  • We are excited about 2018N, one of the first new elite conventional soybeans to become available in several years
  • This new soybean has the yield potential to compete with the best available traited soybeans
  • Medium-tall bushy bean that works well in wide rows
  • Very strong emergence, ideal for no-till or early planting
  • Excellent late standability throughout the growing season
  • Strong performance moving East in MN, WI, IA, and IL

Viking 2155N -NEW!

2.1R.M.

Outstanding Yield Potential, Very Good Defense



  • Impressive yield potential, keeping up with the best available RR2 beans in our trials (60 Bu/acre avg. in 2015)
  • Good defensive package with good tolerance to IDC, Phytophthora, and Brown Stem Rot
  • PI88788 gene for Soybean Cyst Nematode
  • Well-adapted to SD, IA, MN and WI

Viking 2188NAT -NEW!

2.1R.M.

Aphide Resistance (Naturally-Occuring), Very High Yields



  • Excellent multi-gene aphid resistance may eliminate the need for spraying insecticides
  • Same base genetics as 2299N
  • Very high yield potential, competing with RR2Yield soybeans in our replicated testing
  • Taller plant type
  • PI88788 gene for Cyst Nematode resistance
  • Yellow hilum, average protein

Viking 2299N

2.2R.M.

Clear-Hilum, Non-GMO Conventional that Beats RR2 Beans for Yield!



  • Highest yielding soybean we tested in 2013
  • Outyielded all tested RR2 soybeans in the trial
  • Cyst-Nematode Resistance from PI88788
  • Above average tolerance to I.D.C.
  • Medium-tall plant
  • Yellow hilum, average protein
  • In 2014, the seed of this soybean showed around 1% off-types. We got new seedstock and do not expect this problem in the spring of 2016
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