Source: AgriLife Today
A mild winter may have some South Texas producers switching from winter wheat varieties to spring wheats, according to Dr. Clark Neely, AgriLife Extension small grains specialist.
“Essentially we had such a mild winter that the wheats typically grown in the San Antonio area stayed vegetative and never produced a seed head. So that brings up the conversation of should we be planting a hard red spring wheat variety instead of hard red winter wheat.”
Additional data can be found at http://varietytesting.tamu.edu/wheat/
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