Albert Lea Seed

Seed Index Trial Data

Untreated Hybrids

Elliot's White OP

85 day C.R.M.

High Protein Open-Pollinated Corn

  • Product of 25 years of selection within a diverse genetic pool
  • White kernel, open-pollinated field corn
  • Medium height, good standing
  • Very high protein grain; excellent ear flex
  • Prefers medium to heavy soils
  • Good emergence
  • Open-pollinated varieties prefer lower plant populations than hybrid field corn

Viking 21-85 UNT

85 day C.R.M.

Grain or Silage, Excellent Early Choice



  • Medium-Tall Hybrid with excellent top-end yield potential
  • Excellent choice for dual-purpose in northern corn growing regions
  • Very good ear flex. Handles variable populations
  • Very good stalk strength
  • Well-adapted East to West in the northern corn belt
  • Very good emergence
  • No stated purity guarantee

Viking 90-91UNT

91 day C.R.M.

Excellent Yields and Stress Tolerance



  • Consistent high yield potential across multiple soil types, planting populations, and environmental conditions
  • Excellent stalk strength and good root strength
  • Proven above-average drought stress tolerance
  • Medium-height plant with very good ear flex
  • Good plant health, average test weight
  • Broadly adapted across ND to VT
  • No stated purity guarantee

Viking 74-93P UNT -NEW!

93 day C.R.M.

Impressive Yield, Grain Quality, and Drought Tolerance



  • Exceptional drought stress tolerance
  • High test weight hybrid with excellent grain quality
  • Excellent stalks and roots
  • Tall grain hybrid that could double as an early silage hybrid
  • Widely adapted east-west across ND, SD, MN, WI, and MI
  • Does move south well as an early hybrid

MN13 OP

95 day C.R.M.

Open-Pollinated

  • 7 to 8 foot height
  • Yellow dent grain, lower ear set, uniform ears
  • Suitable for grain or silage
  • Moderately-poor stalk strength, especially on saturated ground
  • Keep plant populations lower than hybrid field corn

Viking 7292N UNT

95 day C.R.M.

Proven Yield and Toughness,



  • The most widely-planted and successful 95-day genetics in MN and SD over the last 10 years
  • Exceptional root strength and drought tolerance
  • Very good ear flex, good performance at moderate to high populations
  • Best performance north of Hwy. 18 in Iowa
  • Not a racehorse, but consistently good performance year after year
  • Not a good choice for late-harvested fields
  • No stated purity guarantee

Viking 69-99P UNT

99 day C.R.M.

Good Hybrids Always Make a Comeback

 

  • Excellent yield potential
  • Mixed white cob/pink cob hybrid with excellent ear flex that allows it to do well at moderate plant populations
  • Good early-season growth, likes heat
  • Good drought-stress tolerance
  • Potentially a good hand-picking corn
  • Above-average height, good dual-purpose use as a silage hybrid
  • Coated with Soil Biotics 1r

Viking 60-01P UNT

101 day C.R.M.

Unmatched Yield Power, Plot Winner



  • Exciting genetics with unmatched yield power in conventional corn, competing well with elite hybrid sin the marketplace
  • Attractive medium-tall plant with good stalk and root strength
  • Semi-flex ear with very good test weight
  • Very good disease tolerance
  • Very good overall plant health and fall intactness
  • One of our best-selling hybrids for many years

Viking 42-08P UNT -NEW!

108 day C.R.M.

Highest Yielding Hybrid: 2014 & 2015 Advancement Trials.



  • Outstanding yield potential
  • Excellent emergence
  • Semi-flex ear with the ability to yield at variable populations
  • Good overall plant health and staygreen
  • Very tall hybrid with potential for dual-purpose

Viking 53-10GS -NEW!

110 day C.R.M.

Exceptional Dual-Purpose Hybrid With Outstanding Milk/Acre Production

Albert Lea Seed

  • Excellent yield potential for grain and silage across a variety of field conditions
  • Superior disease package, excellent late-season and in-season health
  • Very tall height, excellent dual-purpose potential for grain or silage
  • Very good early season growth and seed emergence
2015 Silage Data
DM Tons % DM % CP % Sugar % Starch Ton/Acre
8.32 34.5 8.17 1.53 42.9 23.8
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