Six things that make a difference to a winter wheat crop

Thursday, 30 August 2018 | Manitoba
By CropTalk
Ken Gross, an agronomist with the Western Winter Wheat Initiative, shares practices that can impact the success of a winter wheat crop in Manitoba Agriculture's CropTalk.

Gross' "Six things that make a diferent to a winter wheat crop" include:
  • Stubble height matters - the higher, the better the chances of the crop overwintering.
  • Selecting the right genetics 
  • Seed shallow
  • Seed heavy
  • Seed treatments
  • Focus on fertility - applying nitrogen at the right time.
Gross continues to breakdown how each of these factors makes a different in winter wheat. | READ MORE

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