Soybeans

JAKE is a mid-Group V. It is a determinate variety (relative maturity 5.4) that averages 32” in height. It has purple flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pods and black hila seed. Jake has shown resistance to races 1, 2, 3, 5 and 14 of soybean cyst nematode, is resistant to reniform nematode and has shown moderate resistance to Root Knot nematode. It is moderately resistant to Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS) and stem canker and is susceptible to Phytophthora root rot.

NC MILLER - Group V - (it is the same as Hutcheson in maturity) with purple flowers and grey pubescence. Height is 29 inches (plus or minus an inch depending on where and when it is grown). Buff hilum. US PROTECTED VARIETY

NC RALEIGH - Group VII was released by USDA ARS and NCARS in 2002. It has white flowers, tawny pubescence, tan pod walls, and black hila. It has good resistance to leaf diseases. Seed size is small.

NC-ROY - Group VI was released by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service and USDA-ARS. has white flowers, gray pubescence, and brown pod walls. Seed are small with buff hilum. It has resistance to soybean mosaic virus. US PROTECTED VARIETY and can be sold only as a Class of Certified Seed

N7003CN  is a conventional soybean released by NC State University. It is a determinate plant that has a tawny pubescence, purple flower, and a black hilum. US VARIETY PROTECTION (PVP) and can only be sold as a class of certified seed.  

NC DUNPHY was released by NC State University. It is a conventional soybean. It is a determinate plant with a group 5 maturity. It has a gray pubescence, purple flower, imperfect black hilum, and a tan pod wall. It has a short plant height with greater lodging resistance. NC Dunphy has an increased yield potential compared to other non-GMO group 5 soybeans and has shown resistant to stem canker. NC Dunphy is also a high oil type cultivar, having higher seed oil and lower seed proteins. It is well adapted in areas where group 5 soybeans are typically grown. No Registered class allowed.

NC DILDAY was released by NC State University. It is a conventional soybean. It is a determinate plant with a late group 6 maturity. It has a gray pubescence, purple flower, imperfect black hilum, and a tan pod wall. NC Dilday has a short plant height with greater lodging resistance and a larger seed size. NC Dilday has an increased yield potential compared to other non-GMO group 6 soybeans and has shown resistant to stem canker. NC Dilday is also a high oil type cultivar, having higher seed oil and lower seed proteins. It is well adapted in areas where group 6 soybeans are typically grown. No Registered class allowed.

NC WILDER was released by NC State University. It is a conventional soybean. It is a determinate plant with a group 7 maturity. It has a gray pubescence, white flower, and a buff hilum. NC Wilder has an average plant height with a slightly larger seed size. NC Wilder has an increased yield potential compared to other non-GMO group 7 soybeans. It is well adapted in areas where group 7 soybeans are typically grown. No Registered class allowed.

N8002 - Group VIII .was released by NC State University. It is a conventional soybean with determinate growth. It has gray pubescence, purple flower, and a buff hilum. N8002 has the slow wilting trait with average plant height. It is well adapted in areas where group 8 soybeans are typically grown. No Registered Class Allowed