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HI acrus would be talking bushels per acre.

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"Knee high by the 4th of July" has been an outdated nursery rhyme for a long long time. Until this year. It will indeed be a milestone.

Talking corn, that is.

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The USDA production estimates are always predicting the most we might raise but never the least we might raise. The report is designed to lower prices for the U S cheap food policy instead of reflecting a true picture of real production. Things will not change until we have a real food shortage in the good ole USA and then it will be too late because the land will controller by a very few and they will name their own prices for their crops. How many of us will be remaining????? LOL.
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HI acrus would be talking bushels per acre.
You dont calculate nitrogen in bushel, do you?
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You dont calculate nitrogen in bushel, do you?
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Acrus u asked skgrain what he ment by his yeild and answered 30bushels per acre is skgrains yeild potential.
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@ jwsrules... I know that he was talking about 30 bu/ac. We calculate in t/ha, so but to make it easier for you a also wrote my numbers in bu/ac. I know that you usually use bu/ac... (Dont wanna start a discussion about this now )

But 90 lbs? Thats not much. But but for a yeild of 30bu it is adequate. lbs/ac = 40,9 kg/ 0,405 ha = 100kg/ha
30bu/ac = 20 dt/ha

so 100kg/ha / 20 dt/ha = 5 kg/dt.

Actually a bit more, since you already got 20-30 kg nitrogen in the soil...

So we basically give the same nitrogen
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At least in good old europe it's going to be a very good harvest, if we manage to bring it in.
Our wheat looks like yeilding more than 10t/ha in average (150 bu/ac), sure there will be corners with 13 t/ha. Canola should also bring more than 5t/ha (75bu/ac + x).

Atleast all the talking about a good harvest let the prices fall Wheat is -30% compared to last year at the moment...

What type of wheat, soft white wheat? I know out on the west coast of united states they have yields of soft white similar to this.

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