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Wheat School: Evaluating Seeding Depth After Plant Emergence

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It is easy to talk about seeding depth pre-planting but it is even more critical to review planting depth after emergence. It is no different than any other business process. PLAN - EXECUTE - REVIEW - IMPROVE - REPEAT THE CYCLE.



The stand above ground tells only part of the story though. You also need to consider and observe what the plants are showing you below the soil as well.…



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At 11:36am on February 23, 2010, Joe Dales said…
Hi Shaun:

You might want to put up your photo instead of the logo.

Talk to you soon,

Joe
 
 
 

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