1,000,000 greenback rain (for those who obtained some precipitation), notes on a hay crop, corn replants, and wheat fungicide T3 timing are just some of the matters lined in this episode of Wheat Pete’s Phrase.
Host Peter “Wheat Pete” Johnson additionally solutions all kinds of questions on wheat, together with yellowing, a virus in wheat, and bugs!
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- Rain! Wonderful! Throughout most of Ontario? Not fairly
- Rain may save the soybeans in transition
- Hay after triticale? How lengthy will grass seed survive in dry soil?
- The hay crop is superior! Shockingly good! Particularly the place it was fertilized
- Cereal rye growers for forage, who put their N on early, crops have been glorious, though they’re not that tall
- Marco from Mexico, tremendous dry there, he’s beneath irrigation, seven to 9 tonnes per hectare of durum, arduous crimson, and delicate white (100 to 130 bushels per acre). Ran out of irrigation water for his or her third spherical
- Corn replants. How? Two inches of cold rain over two days, cold temperatures, cold imbibition damage
- There’s an excellent replant calculator for corn, referred to as Replant Choice Help 1.8, right here.
- Even emergence in corn, is it as necessary for silage corn as it’s for grain corn? Quick reply, sure
- Wheat is heading out! 40 days head to bread! Pete says 6 weeks from heading to reap. Pete figures about seven to eight days early
- Each day of added grain-fill interval equals 4 bu/ac of added yield
- Tank, increase, and finish cap clear out! Please! Wheat at pollination is so delicate
- T3 fungicide timing. It’s time. Do you spray a T3 when it’s this sizzling, this dry, and this little illness?
- What are the very best nozzles for a T3 software? Have to “paint the head” with coarse droplets
- Head snag is on the market. Take a look at this Wheat Faculty with Pete for more information
- Barley yellow dwarf virus. Outcomes have come again constructive for cereal yellow dwarf virus. Decrease cover all noticed, flecked, streaked, no virus to talk of. Physiological fleck most probably
- In case you break up the wild oat and broadleaf herbicides up, will you get increased yields? Eric Johnson, from College of Saskatchewan says no yield loss from combining them