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Fall burndown for wheat makes sense

Time is always a precious commodity on the farm, especially during planting and harvest. Additionally, winter wheat growers know brome control makes time even more precious, realizing that a missed spring application can drop yields significantly. As a result, it is necessary for winter wheat growers to find ways to relieve pressure during critical days in the spring.


Volunteer wheat control: An important step in protecting the wheat crop

The recent wet weather in much of Kansas has caused volunteer wheat to emerge and grow rapidly. Wet soil conditions may keep producers out of the fields for an extended period, making it even more difficult than usual to control the volunteer.


Managing wheat with crop protection products

Most growers are reporting very good winter survival of the 2015 wheat crop. Now, in just the next few weeks, most management products will be applied to the Michigan wheat crop.



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