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Yellow dent corn
Inbred corn line
Adapted to the northern Corn Belt USA, particularly in Iowa
yield: 137.4 bushels/acre
resistant to: anthracnose (foliar phase)
resistant to: eye spot
resistant to: southern leaf blight
parent of ATCC 40180
parent of ATCC 40470
parent of ATCC 203453
Shipped dried
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Basic Documentation

Lindsey MF. Novel hybrid corn plant. US Patent 4,629,819 dated Dec 16 1986

Lindsey MF. Hybrid corn with a genetic complement producing increased yield, seedling vigor, early stand, stalk strength and low harvest moisture. US Patent 5,589,605 dated Dec 31 1996

Lindsey MF. Inbred corn line. US Patent 4,654,466 dated Mar 31 1987

Boerboom ML. Inbred corn plant 91DFA-5. US Patent 5,910,635 dated Jun 8 1999