While custom harvesters attend educational seminars, discussions always come back to the next crop. U.S. Custom Harvesters Incorporated board member David Misener says there is some optimism about the wheat crop in Oklahoma this year. “There was a lot of wheat planted in the fall. Once it was planted, cool air hit. None if it is very tall,” explains Misener. “Some moisture coming in 2020 is helping the wheat. There is potential for the crop. It’s time to put fertilizer down.” Misener says the crop has not broken dormancy. “It will be coming out of dormancy soon. We’ve had enough moisture we’ll have to watch.”
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