This will end up being a 'Chevy vs Ford' discussion and you won't get much useful info I predict, but at least you need to give some sort of location or day rating of the corn you need or the soil type you have and so forth. Do you need a flex ear or not? And so forth.
Pioneer didn't ever work real well on the yellow wet cold clay I have, falls over and drops ears bad. But it works better than what I plant in other soil types, or climates so its not a good or bad corn, just has its places. I might look for a 95 to 105 corn in my MN climate, donno what you need where ever you are?
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