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We were impressed with the growth of the Thunder Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybeans. Podding was significantly higher that the original Roundup Ready® soybeans, which meant ease of harvest ability. Due to the wet spring, there were a number of holes in our fields, however, where the beans grew well, the yield was impressive!

R & R Catellier Farms - Dufrost, Manitoba

Here are some of my observations on the Thunder Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybeans: More plant vigour; bigger, beefier, fill up a 30 inch row quicker; significantly higher pods - 4 to 5 inches; better harvest ability due to larger and taller plants, with less harvest losses due to this, and higher podding; better yields due to more beans per pod; larger seed than original Roundup Ready® soybeans.

Wes Martens - Altona, Manitoba

Growing only Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybeans on the farm this year, we noticed the vigorous growth of the Thunder plants. Podding was higher off the ground compared to original Roundup Ready® soybeans which made harvest easier. Areas within our fields showed high yield potential. We're excited with the future of Thunder Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® genetics!

Catellier & Guy Catellier - Dufrost, Manitoba

I grew the Thunder AstroR2 last year (2011) and was very pleased with the results. They came up very quickly and evenly. The 30" rows competed very well and were easy to keep clean, the plants looked healthy all year and growth was vigorous. Pod height was excellent, and harvest was a breeze! They were a little longer season than some other varieties, but still dried down in time to beat the frost. Best yield I ever had!

Darryl Stoesz - Altona, Manitoba

I was really impressed with PRIDE PS2082NR2 Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® soybeans on my farm. From start to finish, with good uniform stand, excellent plant health all season long and high yields I can count on.

Dug Aldred - West Lorne, Ontario

Maizex - Ontario

Individual results may vary. Local growing, soil and weather conditions may vary from location to location and from year to year. Growers should evaluate data from multiple locations and years whenever possible.