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This 18-22# Grower Preferred All-Star is Powdery Mildew Resistant. A sure winner for the wholesale market!
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Over 100 varieties available.
Early maturing, second generation hybrid with intermediate resistance to downy mildew plus multi-virus tolerance that delivers an improved disease package when compared to SV3462CS and SV4719CS. High number of fancy fruit that allows the grower to potentially experience higher marketable yields.
Remedy is a BC 0805 type with improved insect resisitance through the Attribute II trait stack, providing built-in control of key pests including European corn borer, corn earworm, fall armyworm, black cutworm and Western bean cutworm. The Attribute II trait also provides tolerance to Liberty and Touchdown herbicides. **Under certain stress conditions, Remedy sweet corn may exhibit tassels and/or glumes growing out of the ear. *An additional waiver needs to be signed for this variety.
The NEXT generation of Rupp pumpkin breeding is here, with intermediate resistance to powdery mildew. Uniform, slightly elevated hybrid with strikingly gorgeous, very dark orange fruit and elongated dark handle. Can be used for roadside sales or wholesale shipping in 40 count bins.
Powdery mildew tolerant. Developed by Rupp breeders. Overall best variety in the Betternut series for boxing.
Our roots as a company began on a diverse family farm owned by Grandpa Sylvan and Grandma Pearl Rupp. With the help of their seven children, they produced corn, beans, popcorn and strawberries along with cattle and hogs, which was pretty typical of the traditional family farm in the mid-1900s.
Grandpa Sylvan’s interest in farming was clearly demonstrated in one of our family heirlooms he created during grade school—a book of detailed, hand-drawn sketches of plants he found on the farm. This interest led him to start the “Sylvan L. Rupp Seed Farm” in 1946, which began by selling hybrid corn seed, along with producing and marketing public soybean, wheat and oat varieties to area farmers.
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