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Old Pokey
Posted 3/2/2010 21:50 (#1102144)
Subject: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?



 Hi. I am looking for a "list" if you will, of non-gmo seed dealers or company brands, that sell soybeans and corn seed.

 When I google conventional, or non-gmo etc., I get a lot of opinion sites and research, but very little or no dealer sites. I must be typing the wrong key words.

 Is there a list of this sort?

 In particular, soybeans and corn with 00 to 2 maturity beans and 75 to 85 day corn.

 Thanks for any help.

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Pfarms
Posted 3/2/2010 23:59 (#1102434 - in reply to #1102144)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


EC MN - Hour North of 'The Cities'
Don,

Here's something I worked on last year...

I'd prefer to see you pick a hybrid towards the top of the list... : )


Lance

I'll try to find my soybean list...I know of Pioneer 91M10 (1.1 maturity) as well as Pioneer 92M10 (2.1 maturity)

A few other companies that come to mind would be Dairyland, Prairie Brand, Legend Seeds, Stine, as well as public varieties

Edited by Pfarms 3/3/2010 00:05




Attachments
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Attachments Conventionals.xls (20KB - 218 downloads)
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dragon71
Posted 3/3/2010 00:05 (#1102442 - in reply to #1102434)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


Farming in NW Iowa
I get beans from NuTech, Stine, Champion Seed, Pioneer, (92M10, 2.1 Maturity), SOI.
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Old Pokey
Posted 3/3/2010 00:12 (#1102451 - in reply to #1102434)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?



 Lance, I dont seem to have the right program to open your document.Cry

 I am wanting to try a few maturity lengths. But my main field should be in the group 1 area. I'd like to try a small plot of low group 2s and a couple plots of double 00 and 0s.

 Last year the varieties I planted had a high shatter index number, meaning on a 1 to 10, 10 hammer and chisel, they were a 7 and 8. I lost over half on the ground waiting to direct cut them. Cant have that happen again. So I need the shorter maturity plots to have very good shatter resistance.

 Thanks. If you have any tips for the program to open your document, please let me know.

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klueless
Posted 3/3/2010 00:21 (#1102458 - in reply to #1102451)
Subject: Re: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


Company Hybrid RM GDU
Pioneer 39B22 85
Pioneer 38N86 90 2240
Pioneer 38A56 97 2270
Pioneer 37Y12 99 2320
Pioneer 35F38 105 2500
Pioneer 34Y02 108 2600
Pioneer 34A15 109 2630
Pioneer 34P88 111 2650
Pioneer 33T56 113 2700
Pioneer 33H82 113 2730

Jung 2202 82 2280
Jung 2432 96 2400

LG Seeds 2411 90 2220
LG Seeds 2463 95 2330
LG Seeds 2492 98 2420
LG Seeds 2533 105 2517
LG Seeds 2540 108 2580
LG Seeds 2548 108 2540
LG Seeds 2553 109 2630
LG Seeds 2575 110 2630
LG Seeds 2597 112 2655
LG Seeds 2616 112 2660
LG Seeds 2615 113 2780
LG Seeds 2620 113 2700
LG Seeds 2640 115 2760

Producers 5000 90 2300
Producers 6740 107 2520
Producers 6940 109 2550
Producers 7390 113 2620

Agrigold A6149 92 2200
Agrigold A6437 109 2645
Agrigold A6333 104 2520
Agrigold A6320 102 2475
Agrigold A6395 107 2680
Agrigold A6437 109 2645
Agrigold A6457 110 2750
Agrigold A6459 110 2660
Agrigold A6474 111 2700
Agrigold A6478 111 2712
Agrigold A6490 112 2760
Agrigold A6522 113 2740
Agrigold A6523 113 2750
Agrigold A6533 113 2765
Agrigold A6617 115 2780
Agrigold A6622 115 2810
Agrigold A6633 115 2800
Agrigold A6639 115 2750

Great Lakes 4041 90
Great Lakes 5417 104

Wensman 5105 90 2200
Wensman 5193 95 2330
Wensman 5265 97 2360

Dairyland 1884 84 1960
Dairyland 1685 85 2030
Dairyland 1985 85 2050
Dairyland 1891 91 2150
Dairyland 1896 96 2315
Dairyland 1597 97 2370
Dairyland 1497 97 2340
Dairyland 1800 100 2500
Dairyland 1002 102 2520
Dairyland 1904 104 2560
Dairyland 1206 106 2625
Dairyland 1806 106 2625
Dairyland 1208 108 2660
Dairyland 1811 111 2740
Dairyland 1615 113 2790
Dairyland 1414 114 2770

Wyffels W3730 104
Wyffels W5150 107
Wyffels W6440 109
Wyffels W8360 114
Wyffels W8680 115

Beck's 5244 106 2480
Beck's 5444 109 2525
Beck's 5608 111 2545
Beck's 6197 112 2560
Beck's 6528 113 2580
Beck's 6733 114 2595
Beck's 5135 104 2460
Beck's 5354 107 2500
Beck's 5335 109 2525
Beck's 5435 109 2525
Beck's 5668 111 2545
Beck's 5676 112 2560

Dahlman D42-15 85
Dahlman D45-23 90
Dahlman D45-12 90
Dahlman D48-01 96

Renk RK212 81
Renk RK237 86
Renk RK292 84
Renk RK302 88
Renk RK488 95
Renk RK570 95
Renk RK584 99
Renk RK618 100
Renk RK692 105
Renk RK806 110
Renk RK852 110

Garst 8888 95 2375
Garst 8575 108 2560
Garst 85E96 108 2575
Garst 8329 114 2630
Garst 83W23 115 2680

Golden Harvest H-6044 79
Golden Harvest H-6218 84
Golden Harvest H-6908 95
Golden Harvest H-7540 100
Golden Harvest H-7961 103
Golden Harvest H-8613 108
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Pfarms
Posted 3/3/2010 00:23 (#1102462 - in reply to #1102451)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


EC MN - Hour North of 'The Cities'
Don,

klueless posted the information below...

Thanks klueless!

I would also add Pioneer 39B93 (a 79 day) to the list as a conventional.

Edited by Pfarms 3/3/2010 00:25
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klueless
Posted 3/3/2010 00:24 (#1102464 - in reply to #1102451)
Subject: Old Pokey


This is an excellent FREE suite that replaces Microsoft Office.

http://www.openoffice.org/
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bigmoe
Posted 3/3/2010 00:30 (#1102471 - in reply to #1102464)
Subject: Re: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


ecmn
Do you have the bean list too??

Edited by bigmoe 3/3/2010 00:31
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Pfarms
Posted 3/3/2010 00:31 (#1102474 - in reply to #1102471)
Subject: Re: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


EC MN - Hour North of 'The Cities'
Might want to read his post again...
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Old Pokey
Posted 3/3/2010 00:40 (#1102480 - in reply to #1102464)
Subject: Thank you.



 Thanks Klueless for the link to the program and for posting the info.
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Pfarms
Posted 3/3/2010 00:39 (#1102479 - in reply to #1102451)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


EC MN - Hour North of 'The Cities'
Here's a start on the bean list...


Company Variety Maturity
Pioneer 91M10 1.1
Pioneer 92M10 2.1

Prarie Brand PB-183 1.8
Prarie Brand PB-210N 2.1

Nutech 154 1.5
Nutech 176 1.7
Nutech 202 2
Nutech 219 2.1

Legend Seeds LS0090 0.09
Legend Seeds LS0688 0.6
Legend Seeds LS0955 0.9
Legend Seeds LS13X06 1.3
Legend Seeds LS1725 1.7
Legend Seeds LS2375 2.3

Stine 0200-0 0.2
Stine 0500-0 0.5
Stine 1700-0 1.7
Stine 2000-0 2
Stine 2100-0 2.1
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Old Pokey
Posted 3/3/2010 00:45 (#1102483 - in reply to #1102479)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?



 Looks like Legend and Stine have some maturities that fit the bill. I'll go to their sites and look them up. Thanks.

 Last year I grew a couple acre plot of the pioneer 91M10s. They were the best beans I had, and I do not want to judge them or their performance based on last years attempt, as it was my lack of experience that was more the cause of the issues than the bean's characteristics.

 I should also try to plant them in rows this year instead of close spaced drilling. ?

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Pfarms
Posted 3/3/2010 01:01 (#1102495 - in reply to #1102483)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


EC MN - Hour North of 'The Cities'
Most often it seems that narrow row beans have a yield advantage over 30" rows in northern areas (more sunlight), but it seems there is an added population with the narrow rows to get a good stand (drill vs planter).

Maybe some side-by-sides if you have time?

We grew 91M10's last year for a premium contract and will do it again this coming year. Never had a bean that put on 4 beans per pod as much as that variety did (maybe weather?) and the seed size at harvest was unbelievable. Even though we had one of the coldest and driest springs in many years, it seemed to be a strong bean out of the ground and throughout the season.

Hoping for more timely moisture during 2010 to see the true potential of this bean. Wherever it was on heavier soil with a higher water holding capacity it would get tall and lodge, but it also had a nice yield bump to go with it (50+ vs 35 avg for 2009).
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Pfarms
Posted 3/3/2010 01:03 (#1102497 - in reply to #1102483)
Subject: RE: Non gmo soybean seed dealer list?


EC MN - Hour North of 'The Cities'
Don,

I should also mention Kaltenberg Seed has a good line-up of conventionals that may compliment a few others on the above lists.


Beans
http://www.kaltenbergseeds.com/convsoybeans.htm

Corn
http://www.kaltenbergseeds.com/hybridcorn.htm
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seth47591
Posted 3/3/2010 08:15 (#1102666 - in reply to #1102144)
Subject: www.grownongmo.com


Cisco, IL Parkersburg, IL
www.grownongmo.com

This is the website for eMerge non gmo beans. eMerge was started by John Schillinger the oringal founder of Asgrow seed. He has been working on this non gmo line of seed for over 10 years and is now finally selling seed under the eMerge brand. I am a dealer for these so if you have any questions feel free to contact me my email is in my profile.
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1770
Posted 3/3/2010 08:59 (#1102747 - in reply to #1102666)
Subject: RE: www.grownongmo.com


what maturity range is there seed. any good 1.9 and earlier beans
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seth47591
Posted 3/3/2010 12:43 (#1103033 - in reply to #1102747)
Subject: RE: www.grownongmo.com


Cisco, IL Parkersburg, IL
All I see on the web site (grownongmo.com) is 2.0 and latter.....but I will email the agronomist
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iseedit
Posted 3/3/2010 09:37 (#1102823 - in reply to #1102144)
Subject: RE: State University Variety Trials ?



central - east central Minnesota -

Have you tryed the different state variety trials results? They test privet and state varieties and have GMO and Non GMO.

http://www.maes.umn.edu/vartrials/  See soybean results

http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/varietytrials/ listing for beans

http://plantsci.sdstate.edu/varietytrials/  PDF for beans

I'm guessing there are other states also, but those hit 00 - 2 bean ranges . . .

Remembering you have a dial up, the Universities should be able to snail mail you their results ?



Edited by iseedit 3/3/2010 09:44
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