After a long winter, you may be eager to see how your winter wheat made it through the season, but don’t jump the gun just yet. A proper spring assessment at the right time is a vital management tool in… read more
Canadian weather is less predictable than a two-year-old and just as destructive. Nobody appreciates that more than winter wheat growers in Western Canada in 2017. While they typically rely on good moisture conditions in late April, May and early June,… read more
We had such a fantastic turnout at our Fields of Gold plot tours this summer! Thanks to everyone for coming to see how well our winter wheat varieties perform in real-world conditions. There are many growers who want to learn… read more
How can growers add winter wheat to their cropping plans? By John Dietz It’s too early to know the market outlook for a crop that won’t be harvested until July 2018, and it’s too early to know the field conditions… read more
By John Dietz Winter wheat is a low-input, low-yield crop. True or False? There’s no market for winter wheat. True or False? No varieties of winter wheat are suitable here. True or False? False, to all of them, answers Ken… read more