Early season white hybrid
CAP 9299 is an early season white hybrid maize variety. Bred to evade the negative effects of drought. This variety contains good yield stability across sites with it performing well from low to high altitude environments.
All round performer
CAP 9021 is a high yielding hybrid which performs well in high potential regions. This hybrid has done well as a silage variety. It has been noted to have grain yields of over 10mt/ha as the norm
CAP 9005 NG
Highly prolific hybrid
CAP 9005 is a highly prolific hybrid with hard, white dent kernels. It has mainly flat white pips and good husk cover.
This is a medium maturing white maize hybrid. It has consistently done well in trials around the Freestate province. It performs very well under optimum moisture regimes.
GRAIN | SILAGE | DUAL PURPOSE
CAP9-619 is a high yielding, dual purpose white hybrid. This hybrid has a long pollination period increasing its ability to evade the effects of moisture stress during flowering. The plant structure and cobs are generally large.
Widely adapted hybrid
CAP 9001 is widely adapted for all Southern African conditions. It is tolerant to most maize diseases in Southern and Eastern Africa.
It has a high potential of yielding over 14mt/ha in certain areas of Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa. It is also adapted to other areas with reasonable rainfall expectations.
Highly Adapted Hybrid
CAP9-503 has been trialed and registered in the SADAC region.
CAP 341 NG
CAP 341 NG is a highly reliable short season hybrid, having good germination and seedling emergence properties, resulting in good plant stands. Good pollen to silk synchronization results in good pollination even under drought stress conditions.