Chris Rivenbark – Wallace, NC
Augusta 7767 is by far my best corn! Some areas averaged 225 bushels per acre dry land.
Dan McDuffie – Council, NC
I used the Augusta 7767 upon the recommendation of my Augusta rep. I am glad I did! It was considerably shorter than the competitor I planted it beside and has been the best corn on my farm this year! It averaged 198 dry bushels per acre.
Harry Spruill – Columbia, NC
I like Augusta 5658 because it is short with low ear placement and has good standability! It is a top yielder for us. Our corn was hurt by excessive water this year but the A5658 still averaged over 160 dry bushels per acre over a couple hundred acres!
Renee and Glen Pendleton - Elizabeth City, NC
We planted the Augusta 5566 this year and this corn definitely has yield! We had it in a yield comparison with a national competitor. The Augusta 5566 averaged 247 dry bushels per acre and was 6 bushels better than the competitor. This corn also had the best plant health and was the only corn in our Augusta Seed plot with green life in it. It handled the rust we had very well.
Charles Kirby – Kenansville, NC
Paul Phillips and I planted A5566 this year. That field averaged 216 BPA and was the best corn we have ever raised!
Doug Hunter – Chinquapin, NC
I planted the Augusta 5262 for the first time this year. It has been our best corn so far. This corn stood up really well. It had low ear placement, compared to some competitor hybrids we had. The Augusta 5262 averaged 185 bushels per acre and was 20 to 30 bushels per acre better than the competitor planted in the same field.
Maurice Berry – Elizabeth City, NC
The Augusta 5262 did real well for me this year. It went 223 bushels per acre at 23% moisture. This is great considering it was planted on May 6, which is late for us. I will use Augusta 5262 again for sure.
Charles and Kevin Anderson – Statesville, NC
We planted Augusta 2956 for the first time this year and we really liked it. The entire farm averaged 162 bushels per acre and was one of our best corns!
Wayne Smitherman – East Bend, NC
I used the Augusta 2954 for the first time this year and I was thoroughly impressed. It has been averaging between 150 to 175 bushels per acre under stress. I will definitely use more next year.
Lee Grady Lowry – Maxton, NC
I like having some early corn in my lineup and the Augusta 2954 has done real well for me. This year I didn't have any that went below 160 bushels per acre average. That is great in my book!
David Vinson – LaGrange, NC
The Augusta 2847 did real well for me this year for any early corn. It averaged 165 bushels per acre and had beautiful grain quality. I will use it again.
Kevin Richey – Taylorsville, NC
Augusta 2847 is a very good early season silage corn. It averaged 28 tons per acre on my farm.
Phillip and Eli Suggs, Steve Sutton and Jonathan and Jameson Sutton – Farmville, NC
We really liked the Augusta 5566 this year. It averaged 185 bushels per acre, consistently, throughout our field.
Hank Bond - Wallace, NC
I am very impressed with A2847. It harvested 175 bushels per acre over 30 acres dry land.
Jack Simpson - Monroe, NC
I used the Augusta 2035 (85 RDM) this year to snap for deer corn and I was very impressed. This plant is short with great dry down and beautiful grain quality. This is a great early season corn!
Chad and Allen Ginn – LaGrange, NC
We had the Augusta 5566 in our test plot this year and it proved to be the top yielder! It went 224 bushels per acre! It had the best standability and plant health, considering the disease we had.