Unseasonably warm weather has its benefits other than not freezing to death. It appears as though the warm weather in March provided an extra boost to the winter wheat crop, so much in some cases that there is already talk in some circles of the potential for double crop soybeans . Great news for producers whose crop is at the right stage, but how close is that to actually being a reality? How far along does that crop have to be in order to take advantage?
With the high price of land, maximizing revenue per acre is paramount.
In this episode of the Soybean School, OMAFRA‘s Peter Johnson takes a look at some of the most advanced wheat in Ontario to see just how possible it may be to plant a soybean crop after winter wheat harvest.
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