It has been a robust sales season for spring wheat seed. WestBred Global Wheat Business Strategy Lead Jeff Koscelny says seed decisions are being made earlier. “It is becoming more and more common as farmers look at their mix for the coming year and they want to speak up to make sure they get the varieties that they want.” Koscelny encourages farmers to spread out the risk by planting different wheat varieties. “Varieties differ in maturity and their tolerance to the different environmental things that the season throws at them. We can help spread that workload at harvest time to make sure you can get across the acres in a timely fashion.”
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