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SCN Resistance Source
Heat Units
Relative Maturity
P005T13R R NA 2400 005
P006T46R R NA 2425 006
P006T78R R NA 2425 006
P008T70R R NA 2475 008
90Y01 R NA 2525 00
P01T23R R NA 2525 01
P04A60R R 2625 04
P05T24R R NA 2625 05
P05A40X RR2X 2650 05
P06T28R R NA 2650 06
P06A13R R 2675 06
P08T96R R NA 2725 08
90Y90 R NA 2750 09
P09A53X RR2X 2750 09
P09T29X RR2X PI88788 2750 09
P09T74R2 RR2Y PI88788 2750 09
P10T41X RR2X PI88788 2750 10
91Y01 R NA 2775 10
P10T48R R NA 2775 10
91M10 - NA 2800 11
P12T82R R NA 2800 12
P15A63X RR2X PI88788 2900 15
P15T46R2 RR2Y PI88788 2900 15
P15T83R R PI88788 2900 15
P18T31R R PI88788 2975 18
P19A14X RR2X Peking 3000 19
P19T01R R PI88788 3000 19
P19T39R2 RR2Y PI88788 3000 19
P21A28X RR2X Peking 3050 21
P22T24X RR2X PI88788 3075 22
P22T69R R Peking 3075 22
P24A80X RR2X PI88788 3125 24
P24T05R R PI88788 3125 24
P24T84X RR2X PI88788 3125 24
92Y55 R PI88788 3150 25
P25A65R R PI88788 3150 25
P25T51R R PI88788 3175 25
P28T08R R PI88788 3225 28
P28T62R R Peking 3225 28
P28T71X RR2X PI88788 3225 28
93Y05 R PI88788 3275 30
P31A22X RR2X PI88788 3300 31
P31T52X RR2X PI88788 3300 31
P33T72R R PI88788 3325 33
P33T19X RR2X PI88788 3350 33


Trait rating scores provide key information useful in selection and management of Pioneer® brand products in your area. Information and ratings are based on comparisons with other Pioneer brand products, not competitive products.  Information and scores are assigned by DuPont Pioneer Research Managers. Scores are based on period-of-years testing through 2014 harvest and were the latest available at time of publishing. Some scores may change after 2015 harvest.  Scores represent an average of performance data across areas of adaptation, multiple growing conditions, and a wide range of both climate and soil types, and may not predict future results. All products within a corn hybrid family receive the same score unless observations indicate a significant difference. Individual product responses are variable and subject to a variety of environmental, disease and pest pressures.  Please use this information as only one component of your product positioning decision. Refer to or contact a Pioneer sales representative for the latest and most complete listing of traits and scores for each Pioneer brand product.


9 = Excellent; 1 = Poor; Blank = Insufficient Data or variety not tested for that particular trait.


Varieties with the glyphosate tolerant trait (including those designated by the letter “R” in the product number) contain genes that confer tolerance to glyphosate herbicides. Glyphosate herbicides will kill crops that are not tolerant to glyphosate. Varieties with Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Xtend™ (RR2X) technology contain genes that confer tolerance to dicamba and glyphosate. Dicamba will kill crops that are not tolerant to dicamba. Varieties with the Genuity® Roundup Ready 2 Yield® (RR2Y) trait contain genes that confer tolerance to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup® brand agricultural herbicides. Roundup® brand agricultural herbicides will kill crops that are not tolerant to glyphosate.  LL — Contains the LibertyLink® gene for resistance to Liberty® herbicide. NOTE: A soybean variety with a herbicide resistance trait does not confer resistance to all herbicides. Spraying herbicides not labelled for a specific soybean variety will result in severe plant injury or plant death. Always read and follow herbicide label directions. (-) = Variety does not contain a herbicide resistant gene.

Genuity®, Roundup®, Roundup Ready®, Roundup Ready 2 Yield® and Roundup Ready 2 Xtend™ are registered trademarks of Monsanto Technology LLC used under license.  Liberty®, LibertyLink® and the Water Droplet Design are trademarks of Bayer.



There are three sources of genetic resistance to SCN currently deployed in the marketplace: PI88788; PI548402 (also known as Peking); and PI437654 (also known as Hartwig).


Shows the relative maturity group rating, with the first digit representing the general maturity group, and the second digit showing relative maturity within the group on a scale of 0 to 9, with 0 early and 9 late. For example, a soybean variety with a relative maturity rating of 17 would be a mid-late variety in Group I maturity.


Rating based on speed and strength of emergence in sub-optimal temperatures. 1-3 = Below Average; 4-6 = Average; 7-9 = Excellent.


(-) = No specific gene for resistance. 1a = Provides resistance to races 1-2, 10-11, 13-18, 24. 1c =Provides resistance to races 1-3, 6-11, 13, 15, 17, 21, 23, 24, 26, 28-30, 32, 34, 36. 1k = Provides resistance to races 1-11, 13-15, 17, 18, 21-24, 26, 36, 37. 6 = Provides resistance to races 1-4, 10, 12, 14-16, 18-21, 25, 28, 33-35.


Varieties with high tolerance scores have demonstrated an ability to thrive in the presence of Phytophthora races to which they lack specific resistance. In some varieties, tolerance is expressed only after the early seedling growth stage, making such varieties susceptible to damping off during emergence and early seed growth.


Scores based on Pioneer research observations of comparative white mold tolerance among various soybean varieties across multiple locations and years. All varieties are capable of developing white mold symptoms under severe infestations. To our knowledge, there are no totally resistant varieties in the industry. However, differences exist in the ability of varieties to tolerate white mold (i.e., the rate at which the infection develops and the extent of damage it causes). These scores reflect those differences.


Resistance to each of the major SCN races is scored on a 1-9 scale. 9 = Excellent resistance; 8-7 = Very good resistance; 6 = Good resistance; 5 = Average resistance; 4 = Below average resistance; 3-2 = Susceptible; 1 = Highly susceptible; to the specific race indicated.


A type of resistance that measures the plant’s ability to naturally reduce the rate of growth, survival and reproduction of soybean aphids on soybean plants. Antibiosis is measured by comparing the rate of aphid reproduction on different varieties. Since no varieties currently on the market offer complete resistance to aphids, growers should use these antibiosis ratings as a pest management tool (not a variety selection tool) to help determine field scouting and insecticide application priorities. “E” = exceptional, “AA” = above average, “A” = average and “BA” = below average antibiosis ratings. For example, varieties with exceptional ratings display much lower aphid reproduction compared to varieties with average and below average ratings.


9 = Extremely bushy; 1 = Very narrow.


9 = Excellent tolerance to shattering; 1 = Poor tolerance to shattering.


9= Tall; 1 = Short.


Expressed in seeds per pound under normal growing conditions. Range is calculated over multiple years and locations. Since seed size may vary by growing season and region, check the "seeds/pound" information printed on the bag for actual seed count.