Wheat School – Three Key Steps to Planting Winter Wheat Right

In the last episode of the Wheat School, we spoke with wheat specialist Peter Johnson about some of the problems producers can face when they plant winter wheat early. This time around, Pete offers some advice on how to give that wheat the best possible chance at the point of planting.

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In this episode, Peter Johnson talks about starter fertilizer, weed control strategies and seeding depth; three key areas that need to be addressed to give that early planted crop the best start possible.

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Josh Gilbert

The tender leaves
of wheat
plant
are used for extracting juice, as it is considered to be a
nourishing health drink and it prevents dullness and dryness of skin.

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