Soybean ND Benson


Yield: High Potential
Relative Maturity: Medium
Height: Medium
Hilum Color: Buff
Phytophthora Root Rot: Resistant (races 3,4)
Maturity Group: 0.4

About ND Benson

ND Benson soybean was released in 2017. The North Dakota Crop Improvement and Seed Association has rights to production and distribution
of seed.

ND Benson is not resistant to glyphosate and is a soybean variety intended to replace Ashtabula. The distinguishing characteristic of ND Benson is its excellent soybean cyst nematode (SCN) resistance. It has high yield potential, tolerance to iron-deficiency chlorosis and is not prone to lodging. The relative maturity of ND Benson is 0.4 which is three days earlier than Sheyenne. ND Benson has white flower color, gray pubescence, tan pod color and buff hila with dull seed coat luster.

To help ensure genetic purity, this variety is protected under Plant Variety Protection Title V and must be sold as a class of certified seed.

Development of this variety was made possible through funds provided by the North Dakota Soybean Council.

ND Benson Strengths
• SCN resistance
• Phytophthora root rot resistance

Agronomic Performance of ND Benson Averaged Across Multi-State Uniform Regional Test, 2014-2016.

 MN0095ND BensonSheyenneMN1410
Yield (bu/acre)45.851.555.160.8
Seed Size (seeds/lb)3070274025502410
Oil (%)*19.618.919.319.3
Protein (%)*36.637.936.237.1

*Protein and oil on a 13% moisture basis.
**Lodging: 1=upright, 5=flat on ground.

Data and information extracted from variety release documents, unpublished experimental data and NDSU Extension Publication A843-17.