Experience, genetics and performance you can count on.
NK® has come a long way since its founding in 1884 as a mail order seeds business, but one factor has remained constant: a commitment to difference-making innovation.
We draw on proprietary genetics to breed and produce soybean varieties and corn hybrids that offer high yields and strong pest tolerances to help you maximize profit potential.
We’re also passionate about helping you improve yield and quality. That’s why we are committed to offering our support and agronomic expertise to help you grow the best crop.
Experience. Genetics. Performance. That’s the NK difference.
NK soybeans are developed from the industry’s largest and most diverse germplasm pool, offering varieties for a broad range of growing conditions.
Choose an option below to learn more about the NK soybean portfolio.
Our soybean portfolio offers choice, so you can select the combination of agronomic characteristics and herbicide tolerance you need to succeed on your farm.
Hover over a technology for more information or click to view a full list of relevant varieties and their agronomic characteristics.
Lynnifers Farms Inc.
“S14-A6’s have done very well for us for the last 3 years. This year we had a good look at NK’s new S14-U9X by doing side by sides across a few fields. We saw a 3-4 bu per acre advantage with S14-U9X’s over the S14-A6’s. We will be growing more of these next year!”
Agronomic Sales Rep
NK S09-R8X fits across my territory because of its ability to adapt to a diverse range of geographies and its exceptional plant health. Its above-average yield makes it a real winner in the NK lineup!
Adaptable, dependable and full of yield potential. When asked what variety fits those acres that we want to push row width, yield, etc., S09-R8X is that variety. Built to withstand tough seasons like 2019.
Territory Sales Rep
John provides a cab perspective of harvesting NK S01-C4X soybeans, and discusses what the Roundup Ready 2 Xtend technology means for Canada fleabane management.
John provides an overview of S07-K5X soybeans planted in Simcoe County, where he saw good emergence after a wet spring.
"We've grown S07-K5X now for three years on our farm. They are a bean that can handle our variable soils, weather stresses and white mould. S07-K5X hasn't disappointed us."
“Excellent harvestability with #NK’s new #S14-U9X! Topped the plot in this field near Thamesford, ON. S12-P3X not far behind.” Follow Marijke here
Brad shares S12-P3X experiences, and why you should consider it for your 2020 fields.
We’re here to help you grow your best crop on every acre, now and in the future.
Soybean seed recommendation tool
2020 Seed guide
All NK soybeans follow a standard naming convention, so you can identify key characteristics like maturity group, in-group maturity rating, and herbicide tolerance traits at a glance.
Still have questions about which NK soybeans are best suited to conditions on your farm?
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We know yield data is a key factor in the variety selection process. That’s why we created the trial results tool: to give you the performance insights you need to find varieties that thrive in local conditions.
NK corn offers a range of hybrids to meet local agronomic needs. And because NK hybrids are tested extensively before they’re made available, you can feel confident in the seed you buy.
Choose an option below to learn more about the NK corn portfolio.
The NK corn portfolio is built on the Agrisure® trait platform from Syngenta, so you can select the combination of traits and agronomic characteristics you need to help manage production challenges and protect the genetic yield potential of your crop.
Hover over a trait for more information, or click to view available trait stacks and their agronomic characteristics.
In this video, John McNiven takes a look at how NK8920 corn performed during the tough conditions that the 2019 presented.
John McNiven takes a close look at NK8920 corn in the fall of 2019.
All NK corn hybrids follow a standard naming convention, so you can identify key characteristics of our trait stacks at a glance.
Master brand: Agrisure
Brand suffix: Changes as new technologies are introduced.
Technology series: The first number in the trait name indicates the technology series.A “3” indicates the hybrid is glyphosate and glufosinate tolerant.A “5” indicates the Agrisure Duracade trait plus glyphosate and glufosinate tolerance.
Insect control traits: The next three numbers indicate how many modes of action are included in the trait stack to control each of the listed insects:
Artesian: An “A” indicates the presence of the Agrisure Artesian® water-optimizing technology to maximize yield when it rains, and increase yield up to 15 percent when it doesn’t.
E-Z Refuge®: Indicates products that contain five percent hybrid seed without insect control traits, simplifying refuge compliance as specified by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency for managing insect resistance.
Example: A hybrid with the Agrisure Viptera 3122A trait stack features glyphosate and glufosinate tolerance, one mode of action on broad lepidopterans, two modes of action on corn borer, and two modes of action on cornrootworm.The name also tells you that this hybrid has Agrisure Artesian technology and integrated single-bag refuge.
Still have questions about which NK corn hybrids are best suited to conditions on your farm?
We know yield data is a key factor in the hybrid selection process. That’s why we created the trial results tool: to give you the performance insights you need to find hybrids that thrive in local conditions.
These NK® S008-N2 were planted April 14 in Noyan QC. Do you have S008-N2 on your farm this year? Show us their progress! #CdnAg #Soybeans #Plant20
@justinhiebert So cute, thank you for sharing!
NK® S04-K9 vs competitor in Nicolet, QC looking great.