Weeds that escape control by in-season management practices can cause several problems at harvest and in future growing seasons.
Planting wheat in the optimum planting date window and using the recommended seeding rates are two best management practices that help achieve the maximum yield potential.
Proper drill calibration can increase the chances of success of the wheat crop. Learn how to calibrate your seed drill using the stationary method in this article.
Learn the importance of evaluating wheat seed size to ensure the target seed density and optimum final stand.
A recent study was conducted across 3 locations in western Kansas that evaluated wheat yield response for different varieties across varied seeding rates. The article summarizes the results and offers practical information for wheat producers in KS.