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Winter wheat germinated in spring - Will it yield anything?
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haymaker
Posted 12/2/2012 17:20 (#2728915 - in reply to #2728490)
Subject: Re: Winter wheat germinated in spring - Will it yield anything?


NE Colorado
I have planted winter wheat into dry dirt late fall and had it come up in late Feb or early Mach and it has done just fine. I have also planted winter wheat as late as Mar 1 And had it make grain. Yes, optimal is for it to come up in the fall but early spring germination is fine as long as it catches a few frosts. The amount of frost required however will vary by variety wheat breeders tell me.

Edited by haymaker 12/2/2012 17:28
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