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    Protect Your Wheat Fields from Toppling Over

    Regardless of geography, one of the biggest threats to yield that all wheat growers can face is wheat lodging. Wheat lodging can be caused by excessive early nitrogen, application overlaps and residual nitrogen build-up from manure. According to the University of Kentucky extension, the higher a grower’s individual yield goal, the more important nitrogen management becomes. The timing of nitrogen is as important as the amount of nitrogen applied. Excessive early nitrogen can cause wheat…



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