Finding the time to seed winter wheat during the fall harvest can be a challenge for new growers. Experienced growers find there are enough breaks in harvest to seed without abandoning the combine. Damp mornings or down-time due to rain make for perfect seeding opportunities. Also, GPS-assisted guidance makes seeding after dark feasible when it is too tough to harvest. After the initial year of growing winter wheat, growers find that the subsequent harvests are more spread out, easing the pressure of seeding the following winter wheat crop.