One of the things farmers learn very early is that you can’t control every variable involved in growing your crop, so you should focus on what you can control. When planting winter wheat, there’s no telling what the season will bring, so you focus on making the best choices available to you from the start. That process starts with choosing where to seed to give your crop the advantage in over-wintering.
In this episode of the Wheat School, we talk winter wheat with MAFRI Cereal Specialist Pam de Rocquigny. Pam speaks about the importance of stubble selection, seeding depth and weed control in winter wheat.
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