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ND17009GT

The North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station released the ND17009GT soybean seed in 2017, which was made possible by the North Dakota Soybean Council’s donation of funds for its development. The NDCISA has rights to production and distribution of seed. Protected under Plant Variety Protection Title V to ensure genetic purity, this variety must be sold as a class of certified seed.

The appearance of ND17009GT includes a white flower, brown pod color, tawny pubescence, and black hila with a shiny seed coat luster. It has a high yield potential, is resistant to glyphosate, and is moderately tolerant to iron-deficiency chlorosis. This variety is a good fit for the northern areas of North Dakota because of its relative maturity of 00.9.

For more information, download ND17009GT's seed brochure

ND17009GT Strengths
• Gyphosate Tolerant (Chemical options include: RU Power Max, Cornerstone 5 Plus, Buccaneer 5, and others).
• A Glyphosate product combined with a pre-emerge chemical will provide for clean fields.
• High yielding 00.9 soybean with Excellent Standability
• Cost Effective (Seed est. $35/acre) 
• A Certified Seed Product of the NDSU Soybean Breeding Program

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited PVPA 1994 Pending
To be sold by Variety name only as a class of certified seed
Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA
A research fee applies to this variety

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
BensonHerman Seed, Brinsmade701-739-8332C
CassAgronomy Seed Farm, Casselton701-347-4743F
CavalierLangdon Research Ext Center, Langdon701-256-2582F
CavalierRyan Seed LLC, Wales701-256-5926C
DivideAnderson Seed and Grain LLC, Minot701-839-8488C
DivideAnderson Seed and Grain LLC, Minot701-839-8488R
DivideTre Farms, Wildrose701-539-2338R
EddySeastrand, Mark, Sheyenne701-720-8324R
FosterCarrington Res/Ext Center, Carrington701-652-2951F
HettingerThomas, Nathan / Greff, Joshua, Mott701-824-2469R
HettingerWiesinger, Robert, Bentley701-824-4323C
HettingerWiesinger, Robert, Bentley701-824-4323C
KidderDeKrey, Tim, Steele701-475-2349R
McLeanKrebsbach, Tom, Max701-679-2606R
McLeanZaderaka Enterprises Inc, Minot701-721-6832R
MountrailC & C Farms LLP (Troy Coons), Donnybrook701-482-7865C
NelsonStein, Charles, McVille701-322-4387C
PembinaKotchman, James, Pembina701-825-6821C
PembinaLarson Farm (Michael J), Drayton701-520-1033C
PierceOstrem, Mark, Rugby701-776-2878C
PierceTeigen, David C, Rugby701-208-1254C
PierceTeigen, David C, Rugby701-208-1254R
RenvilleAckerson, Sheldon, Sherwood701-459-2892C
RenvilleGates Farm, Mohall701-756-6205R
RenvilleGates Farm, Mohall701-756-6205C
RenvilleWurgler Farms, Minot701-839-4896C
RoletteDionne, Damian, Rolette701-246-3374C
RoletteGrenier, Steve, Rolette701-871-2273R
TownerLagein Farms, Rock Lake701-266-5357C
WalshBerntson Seed Farm, Adams701-944-2449C
WalshBina, Cameron, Lankin701-593-6329C
WalshBina, Spencer, Park River701-284-6282C
WardBirdsall Grain & Seed LLC, Berthold701-453-3300C
WardBirdsall Grain & Seed LLC, Berthold701-453-3300R
WardFinken Farms & Seeds LLP, Douglas701-529-4421C
WardNorth Central Res/Ext Center, Minot701-857-7677F
WardNovak, Lee, Minot701-722-3516R
WardNovak, Lee, Minot701-722-3516C
WardStafslien, Tyler, Ryder701-426-4028C
WardVangsness, Stanley, Berthold701-468-5520R
WilliamsHalverson, TJ, Tioga701-641-8631C
WilliamsLarson, Kevin L, Alamo701-641-9755C
WilliamsPederson, Jeremy, Ray701-441-9543R
WilliamsPederson, Jeremy, Ray701-441-9543C
WilliamsWilliston Research Ext Center, Williston701-774-4315F

ND18008GT

With development made possible through funds donated by the North Dakota Soybean Council, ND18008 GT was released in 2018. The rights to the production and distribution of seed are obtained by the NDCISA.

ND18008GT is a great soybean variety for the northern regions of North Dakota, thanks to a relative maturity of 00.8 and high yield potential. This variety is resistant to glyphosate and phytophthora root rot (race 4) as well as tolerant to soybean aphid. The appearance of ND18008GT features a purple flower, tawny pubescence, brown pod color, and black hila with dull seed coat luster.

ND18008GT is protected under Plant Variety Protection Title V and contains a proprietary trait that is patented with a certified seed only (CSO) clause. To ensure genetic purity, this variety must be sold as a class of certified seed. Only certified seed is permissible for planting and cannot be saved for the purpose of replanting.

For more information, download ND18008GT's seed brochure. 

ND18008GT Strengths
• Glyphosate Resistance
• Aphid Tolerance
• Early Maturity

Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA
A research fee applies to this variety

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
CavalierGunn, Aaron, Hannah701-283-5210C
HettingerWiesinger, Robert, Bentley701-824-4323R
McLeanZaderaka Enterprises Inc, Minot701-721-6832R
WardZaderaka, Cole, Minot701-340-2861R

ND Benson

The ND Benson soybean seed was released in 2017 thanks to funds made available by the North Dakota Soybean Council and the NDCISA has rights to the production and distribution of seed.

ND Benson has a high yield potential and was developed with the intention of replacing the Ashtabula soybean variety. A defining characteristic of this variety is its excellent soybean cyst nematode (SCN) resistance. It is not resistant to glyphosate but does have a tolerance to iron-deficiency chlorosis and is not prone to lodging. ND Benson has a relative maturity of 0.4, which is three days earlier than Sheyenne. The appearance of ND Benson includes a white flower, gray pubescence, tan pod color and a buff hila with dull seed coat luster.

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

For more information, download ND Benson's seed brochure

ND Benson Strengths
• SCN Resistance
• Phytophthora Root Rot Resistance

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited PVPA 1994 Pending
To be sold by Variety name only as a class of certified seed
Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA

A research fee applies to this variety

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
FosterCarrington Res/Ext Center, Carrington701-652-2951F

ND Stutsman

The development and release of ND Stutsman in 2017 was made possible through funds provided by the North Dakota Soybean Council. The NDCISA has the rights to the production and distribution of seed.

This variety of soybean was intended to replace Sheyenne and is not resistant to glyphosate. It has a high yield potential and is moderately tolerant to iron-deficiency chlorosis. ND Stutsman has a relative maturity level of 0.7 and features a purple flower, gray pubescence, brown pod color, and a yellow hila with a 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.

For more information, download ND Stutsman's seed brochure

ND Stutsman Strengths
• High Yield Potential
• Phytophthora Root Rot Resistance

Unauthorized Propagation Prohibited PVPA 1994 Pending
To be sold by Variety name only as a class of certified seed
Licensed in the U.S. to NDCISA

A research fee applies to this variety

CountyName, CityPhoneClass
CassBuchholz Seed Farm, Durbin701-347-4058C
CassLockhart Elevator Company, Grandin701-484-5537C
LaMoureB & B Seed Farms, Jud701-685-2263C
LaMoureKetterling, Casey, Marion701-367-7796R
LaMoureLaMoure Feed & Seed Inc, LaMoure701-883-5755R
LaMoureWald, David, Edgeley701-493-2385C