Yield PRO is proud to announce that we will be selling the best soft red winter wheat varieties on the market from Partners in Production. PiP is a Wisconsin based company that focuses on developing top wheat varieties that fit Wisconsin. PiP varieties have dominated the state yield trials for the last 5 years. Call today for variety, treatment, and pricing details. 608-487-5945
Now is a great time to start summer seeding alfalfa. Yield PRO has your seed needs covered with alfalfa varieties from WL and Farm Science Genetics. These companies provide top shelf genetics with or without the Roundup Ready trait. I have varieties available to fit any price range or application.
The wheat harvest is nearly complete in the Sparta area. Farmers are reporting good yields of grain and straw. Winter wheat may be a good option for some less productive soils on your farm. Diversifying your crop portfolio is a great way to manage risk and create cash flow during the summer months. Winter wheat seeding should be done between September 20th and October 10th. This window should allow you time to harvest soybeans and follow right behind with the drill. Yield PRO has winter wheat varieties available along with the fertilizer and crop protection plans to make your crop successful.
The ears on the left are from the new 98 day Channel DroughtGard hybrid 198-00DG-VT2P. The ears on the right are from a Croplan variety known for good stress and drought tolerance. The difference is very clear! As the dry spell continues the water use efficiency of the DroughtGard trait will become even more apparent. Now is a great time to evaluate the crops pollination. If the silk falls off freely you know the kernal is properly pollinated. This competitive hybrid had substantial tip back compared to the Channel product. These small differences equate to big yield implications. With lower commodity prices every bushel becomes more important.