September 20, 2019 10:09 am

“Start right to finish well” is a fundamental yet frequently forgotten phrase. This is often the case until one realizes something hasn’t started right and may not finish quite as well as initially planned. Managing winter wheat for greater yield potential begins in the autumn and may encompass multiple factors including planting date, varieties, crop rotations and residual soil test nutrient values, just to name a few. However, amongst all of the agronomic decisions a grower must take into account, autumn fertilizer application is often towards the top of the list and may play a role in optimizing winter wheat grain yields. Read more.

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