On the eve of 2017, we wrap up the calendar year with one last instalment of Wheat Pete’s Word.
From a recent land price record, to so many questions on fertilizer timing, placement, and products, and finally on to a great deep dive into single and double cut clover, Johnson tackles alfalfa discussions, the true value of hay and nutrients, nutrients, nutrients in this week’s Word. Listen below!
- Carved in stone rules for N?
- Starter fertilizer — if I put down dry 2×2 at planting, should I put liquid in furrow? What about phos-availability products?
- Two of the same crop in a row = 10% to 15% yield loss in the second year
- Wheat is protein. Remember this! Because protein requires N.
- Tips for red clover on spring wheat
- Singe cut vs. double cut planted in the fall vs. spring planting — what’s the difference?
- Selling cover crops as hay — don’t give away your nutrients!
- Alfalfa vs. clover: timing, tips, and stems per acre (not plants per acre)