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The recent snow is extremely important for the moisture and to help insulate the wheat crop.
During the current season, the wheat crop has likely taken up a very limited amount of sulfur due to two main reasons.
The Kansas producers average age is 58 indicating there will be a major transfer of farm ownership throughout the next 20 years.
At this time of year there can be wide fluctuations of temperatures that can cause the wheat crop to go into dormancy without enough winter heartiness.
One of the more early weeds in wheat fields are in the mustard family