When the time comes to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and look at the hard numbers behind the corn, soybeans and wheat in your rotation, it’s important to give each crop the credit it deserves. The truth is that when you run that rotation, unless you’re digging deep, wheat probably isn’t getting what it’s due.
In part 3 of our look at wheat’s effect on corn and soybean yields, Dr David Hooker explains that making calculations on your crops net return involves taking a “big picture” view of things. When considering wheat, that means considering how things like nitrogen credits gained from wheat production give corn and soy that added bump. In this video Dr Hooker explains what to look at and how to calculate those numbers with a little help.
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