Ross McKenzie, PhD of the Lethbridge Research Station talks about the agronomic considerations for winter wheat. Ross explains seeding dates, plant populations, nutrient requirements, specific variety considerations and seeding depth.
Winter wheat is a great crop with many benefits. Planting winter wheat is a great way to lower the amount of workload in the spring and creates a much more spread out harvest.
In addition to Family Day, Louis Riel Day and Presidents' Day, it's Agronomy Monday on RealAg Radio. Today's lineup, with host Kelvin Heppner, includes: Daryl Ritchison, meteorologist with NDSU, on his history project interviewing people who farmed through the '30s, and whether the prairies are ready for another serious dry spell Kelly Bennett of Dow…Read more »