Maximus® is a hybrid that produces a large bulky plant and has a root system to match, and has extremely high water use efficiency. A maize plant that is designed principally for the grower who wants a large robust plant with an excellent grain yield or top yielding/quality maize silage.
75,000 TO 95,000seeds/ha
Grown in the warmer regions of New Zealand. Produced great results in independent FAR Maize Trials across New Zealand.
Growers seeking a reliable, high yielding, excellent standability in a maize hybrid, should be growing Maximus®. Producing high quality‘starchy’feed grain/silage end product. Farmers that want a stable hybrid that is still performing exceptionally well across environments should look at Maximus®. The benchmark in the marketplace.
Best grown from Victoria through to Tasmania and Western Australia, under high populations and growing inputs.
Growers seeking a reliable, high yielding, excellent standability and disease tolerant package in a quick-maturing maize hybrid, should be growing Maximus. Producing high quality‘starchy’feed grain/silage end product. Farmers that want a stable hybrid that is still performing exceptionally well across quicker environments should look at Maximus. The benchmark in the marketplace.
102 CRM Quick Silage or Grain
Great yields with high nutritional values and digestibility
Tall plant with large root structure for high WUE.
Dent x Dent highly digestible feed grain. High Starch content in grain and silage.
Consistent and high yields under solid inputs.
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