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When to plant winter wheat to graze?
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taloga
Posted 7/31/2020 12:13 (#8407004 - in reply to #8406560)
Subject: RE: When to plant winter wheat to graze?


Kolorado
30 to 45 days ahead of your normal winter wheat time.


Sept. 10 to Oct. something is optimum time for my area in KS and CO for grain planting.

So we could start anytime now for pasture wheat.


We actually plant less pounds per acre on dryland, because it will stool like crazy. Normal start pounds would be 45lbs for 10th of Sept, and we work up to 60lbs as we get closer to end of planting time. 30 or 40 days early we'd plant 30 or 35lbs.



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