Coming out of the winter months, making sure that your winter wheat has an adequate amount of nitrogen is critical for achieving your yield objectives. Making some nitrogen decision in the spring is critical and cannot be ignored by the grower. Based on where you farm, how you approach the topic will differ. Because of… Read more »
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One of the first things that you need to do as winter comes to a conclusion is evaluate your winter wheat stand. Depending on the conditions of the past winter, the amount of winter kill can vary and difficult to properly evaluate. If you are too hard on your self you could decide to rip… Read more »
Falling number is critical in the milling and baking process. Most farmers hear about the falling number but I am sure that many do not realize what it means. In this episode Russell McLaughlin from Palmerston Grain talks about why falling number is important and why they test for it at the elevator point. See… Read more »
Want to know how to increase your spring wheat yield by 40%? Looking for a way to spread out the seeding of your spring crops? If you are in an area of Canada that is applicable to frost seeding the rewards can be high but it is definitely not a simple process. I talked to… Read more »
Many times farmers think that once the wheat crop is harvested the pressure is off and it is time to relax. A lot of things can go wrong inside the bin. One of the troubles many people have is that they cannot see into the bin. Ignoring the grain temperature, moisture and some other things… Read more »
Wheat is a major crop around the world. I believe that there is a wheat harvest happening in every month of the year somewhere in the world. One of the interesting stories about wheat is that it is grown for many different different reasons depending on where you are in the world. For the farmers… Read more »