- Maturity Group 5 forage soybean.
- Earliest maturing forage soybean on the market.
- Grows well across the United States.
- Great pod production in northern growing regions.
- Developed by Dr. Tom Devine as a dual purposes soybean. It can be grown for both forage and grain.
- Tara's forage production (dry weight) has been documented reaching 9,400 lbs at Penn State, 8,940 lbs,/acre at montana State, 7,407 lbs./acre at Cornell University.
- Tara’s grain yields are exceptional. In USDA field tests it yielded 78.5 Bu/acre in Maryland and 60.9 Bu/acre in Pennsylvania.
- Tara’s crop residue launched it into first place for soil conservation and carbon sequestration. Tara’s 5,828/lbs./acre of crop residue was 1,611 lbs. more than the closest competitor. Tara soybeans can help farmers meet USDA soil conservation district plan targets for crop residue cover.
- Packaged in the industry standard 140,000 seed per bag. Plant one bag per acre driiled or 1.5 bags per acre broadcast.