Winter Wheat Management Calendar for the Rolling Plains and High Plains of Texas

Type
Publication
Date of Publication
December 7, 2021
Price
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Overview

Winter wheat producers in the Rolling Plains and High Plains have a tight crop management schedule year-round. This publication charts management practices in calendar format to help winter wheat producers with aspects of variety selection, soil testing, seed preparation and treatment, pre-planting weed control, and when to plant. Included also is how to plan for in-season weed control, nitrogen topdressing, harvesting, seed storage, and post-harvest weed control. Replanting; management of diseases, insects, and weeds; possible freeze injury; and pre-harvest sprouting are also addressed. (8 pages)

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