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Bret4207

05-07-2013 09:33:47




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Nope, no chems ever used. Had pretty good snow cover most of the winter but there was ice too.




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randallinMo

05-08-2013 05:36:16




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 Re: Winter kill in reply to Bret4207, 05-07-2013 09:33:47  
'Still just guessing here, and understand that I don't know a lot about speltz, but could it be that the variety you planted was a "spring" variety? As I understand it, speltz is a type of wheat, and there definitely is "spring" wheat and "winter" wheat. It would be worth checking out. Personally, I always thought speltz was a winter annual.



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Paul

05-08-2013 07:09:00




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 Re: Winter kill in reply to randallinMo, 05-08-2013 05:36:16  
Winter wheat doesn't do well here, winters are too harsh. Never really heard of spelt

This winter was terrible, lot of alfalfa is very slow, or outright winter killed.

Perhaps just too tough of a winter. Wherever you are. Our perennial and over winter crops have had a very difficult 24 months, with it very dry, cold, ice covered, and now a cold spring.

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