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To make it out here, you need to be ready for anything. Where every season presents a new challenge to overcome, tough conditions call for tougher wheat. Trust in WestBred to weather the harshest conditions.
Helpful Tips to Plan Ahead for 2022 Planting
The 2021 growing season was unlike what many have ever seen or, at least for the older growers, not experienced in a long time. Growing wheat in the difficult weather conditions resulted in many observations about placement and management of wheat varieties. We learned that proper placement and planting of WestBred wheat varieties is important for maximizing yield potential, and there are some factors to consider that can help get the 2022 crop off to a good start.
Father-Son Duo from Meade Top Kansas Entries in the 2021 National Wheat Yield Contest
In the dryland winter wheat category, Tyler took the top Kansas slot with a final yield of 125.66 bushels per acre. The entry also earned Ediger the fifth-place “bin buster” award in the national winter wheat-dryland category. Darwin took second with a final yield of 123.48 bushels per acre. Both entries were WestBred WB4792.