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                     MorSoy Genetics                    

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MFA MorSoy soybean seed is selected for superior genetics to maximize yields on Midwest and Midsouth soils. With careful selection for genetics that fit the region's soil type, agronomic needs and environmental conditions, MorSoy delivers high yield with the latest in disease resistance and crop technology.

From seed genetics to purity and germination, MorSoy is the soybean that fits your farm and provides more yield.  Better still, MorSoy is available from the people you know and trust.

When you plant soybean seed that has been professionally grown, handled and processed, you can bank on the benefits that only rigorous quality control provides. MorSoy brand seed delivers consistently higher germination rates, varietal purity and more uniform seed size than bin-run seed. This results in greater yield potential and more profitability.  Both universities and private companies have well documented a yield advantage with professionally grown and processed soybean seed over bin-run seed.

MorSoy brand seed is carefully tested and retested under various growing conditions to verify consistent, high germination rates. Every seed lot is evaluated using several different testing methods, including those required by law, to predict field performance so that you will get more uniform stands and higher yield potential.

Professional seed conditioning separates foreign matter and weed seed from soybean seed and increases the quality of commercial seed lots. MorSoy brand seed is handled gently with specialized equipment to protect seed quality and maintain vigor.

You are less likely to have problems with seed-borne disease and weed infestations with commercial seed.

You can bank on the benefits of MorSoy brand seed. Every bag comes with the advantages that professionally handled seed offers: higher yields, purer seed and higher germination rates combined with the latest genetics.


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