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Hit the Mark on the ‘Seeding Window’ for Higher Canola, Wheat Yields

Yield penalties are typically higher when planting after the window than before, says John Deere senior agronomist Yancy Wright.
One pressing topic addressed during a recent John Deere seeding equipment preview event in North Dakota centered on the seeding window and importance of planting as soon as soil temperatures and moisture levels allow.
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Weed Control, Fertility in Late-Seeded Winter Wheat Fields

Many winter wheat fields were seeded late last fall because of rainfall at normal planting time, resulting in stands that aren't as competitive with weeds, and younger plants that can be more susceptible to herbicide injury. Here are some management tips from Nebraska Extension for this scenario.
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Making No-Till, Cover Crops Work in the ‘Dust Bowl’

Nick Vos is pushing to overcome moisture challenges on his farm in southwestern Kansas by no-tilling and using covers to recycle available nutrients and keep his sandy soils protected.
Nick Vos is pushing to overcome moisture challenges on his farm in southwestern Kansas by no-tilling and using covers to recycle available nutrients and keep his sandy soils protected.
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