Sandra's Newspaper Column
Traditionally, producers should wait until soil temperatures are less than 50 degrees F at a depth of 4 inches before applying ammonia in the fall or early winter.
Now that our soybean crop is harvested, it is a good time to evaluate your fields to determine if any diseases or insects might have affected your yield.
The most important guideline is to increase the seeding rate. With the limited time for tillering in the fall, the wheat plant relies more on the primary tillers.
Producers will soon be or are drilling their 2024 wheat crop and it is always interesting to watch when drilling begins in north central Kansas.
There is still time to control or kill the volunteer wheat BEFORE you attempt to plant your 2024 wheat crop.