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HiBird Compact Maize Seed Mix

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  • Ideal for late sowings 
  • Compact and short growth habit will ensure beating lines are kept straight
  • Excellent early vigour and good standing power 
  • Packed in 1.1 acre units (50,000 seeds)

Compact Maize has excellent vigour and superb standing power and is ideal for late sowing. This mix has a compact growth habit that ensures beating lines are kept straight. It is packed in 1.1 Acre (50,000 seed units). Compact is very suitable for the more challenging Maize growing areas and can be sown as late as mid-June.

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