A global wheat shortage and increased price on the commodity has Canadian corn and soy growers considering winter wheat.
Provided conditions are fit, Canadian soy and corn growers are seeing the global wheat shortage and subsequent price increase as an opportunity – and with good reason. While prevent plants are common for Eastern Canadian growers, these unique market conditions coupled with new low-cost biological applications available in the market means growers could see a strong ROI on winter wheat this year.
Affordable and accessible biologicals are now available and we’re here to show you how the use of these biostimulants can reduce input costs on winter wheat, improve crop health and your bottom line.
According to Farms.com, “some other benefits of planting winter wheat include providing living cover over the winter to hold soil in place and prevent it from blowing, providing competition with winter annual weeds that emerge late in the fall or early in the spring, and spreading out the workload of harvest next year.”
If you’re considering winter wheat this year, and we can discuss what biologicals will be a fit to help you increase yields and improve ROI.