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Planting small grains late can reduce yields

Published 04/25/2013, INFORUM

Wheat and barley are cool-season crops that require relatively cool temperatures to achieve their highest yield potential. Because of the wet spring, many producers will be getting into their fields later than normal, which could cause reduced yields.

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