Posted by jackinok on November 14, 2012 at 06:27:29 from (126.96.36.199):
In Reply to: Winter wheat posted by dmiller on November 13, 2012 at 20:28:06:
lot of wheat here likely to freeze out simply because of the lack of rain. i personally like to see at least two leaves,threes better,even more in a good year. but we dont normally have really bad winters here for a extended period. this drought here is really going to hurt if it doesnt let loose soon. i planted oats first of sept right before the only rain weve had this fall.they came up good but havent had one drop of moisture since,and their looking mighty peeked. the guys who planted wheat later than that, looks like their stands are 1/4 or less of what would be normaly. just plain too dry for seed to germinate.in my experience,anything north of about I-40, needs to have more growth, anything north of about the kansas southern border,i would want to see 4 leaves on my own wheat. but wheat can fool you also,i wouldnt give up on it yet,a few warm days and some moisture can make all the difference.
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