HI acrus would be talking bushels per acre.
Have you selected a country you'd "like" to live in?That applies to the entire government, Washington is nothing but a cesspool of corruption! None of them seem to understand what the constitution says let alone try to abide by it. All any of these worthless agencies are anymore is "social engineering" centers with little regard for common sense of truth - currently running on steroids with the muslim radical in the white house.
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...
I guess you would call it soft white wheat. And yes, it is winter-wheat. To be honest I have never seen "red" wheat... or the hard red spring wheat people are talking about in the forum.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.
Seeding from mid of august to beginning of september.arcus, what is the timing, application methods, and forms of N that you use?
The notion that the US has one wheat crop is somewhat misplaced.We are hearing mixed reports about the US wheat crop down here in Australia.... the USDA is reporting or claiming its big crop and progressing well.....and then when i speak to blokes on the ground there like contractors actaully harvesting and some farmers, they are giving the complete opposite message....that is that it is really bad and in some areas worst in many years. What's going on over there??
Can any wheat farmers in the USA share some of their yields and let us know what is actually happening over there? FYI we have just finished planting here about 6 weeks ago