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mikebiery 127765 103 1644 Ready for wheat either
1644 Ready for wheat
This is a pic. of our 1994 1644 all cleaned up and ready for
the 2004 wheat harvest. What a machine-D
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Here is another pic. during harvest, wheat was very good
this year.
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Nice pics Mike. I like the sun shadow pic. What spacing are
you planting wheat on over there?
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Thanks Don,
We notill our wheat witha JD 750 in 7" rows at 2 Bushels per
acre.
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What varieties of wheat do you grow over there? around here
in western oregon we have foot, madson and the old standby,
stevens. There's a few others that have a fairly new
introduction that I forget their names. Biggest thing we
look for here is disease resistence. Dang fungicides get
expensive.
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Don,
We raise soft red winter wheat here in Ohio. Some of the
varieties are Croplan 569, 545, Hopewell, Pioneer has some,
Becks and some others. I have been raising all Croplan 569
for the last several years.
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