This past November, Ohio experienced very cold and wet conditions. The late-planted wheat fields therefore had a smaller window of time for growth. When cold weather sets in early, fall tiller production becomes difficult. This has been hard on wheat this year, including our lack of snow cover, a lot of standing water, saturated soils, […]
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We have seen some notable stand comparisons in wheat that have only a week’s difference in planting date. The timing of planting date has proven to have an effect on wheat, but the timing of your nitrogen application should be your next most important order of business.
Caramba and Prosaro are highly effective fungicides that provide significant yield protection and reductions of deoxynivalenol (DON) levels in grain.
Wheat around central Ohio has greened-up and there has been nitrogen applications made to many fields, but not all.
Last December a grower was visiting with me about how his wheat was still growing. He decided to apply two gallons of Chrome, an Innova Performance Product, on 20 acres of his 56 acre field. I was walking in this field today and took a photo of the untreated versus treated wheat heads. As you can […]