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Posted: 4/17/2008 6:55:28 AM EDT
The local feed store is out of seed wheat but sells feed grade wheat for 23.00/hundred lbs.  It will work for seed wheat you just have to increase the application rate per acre.  If I am only storing it for seed purposes do I have to store it the same way as long term food stores or can I just keep it dry and plant it next spring?
Link Posted: 4/17/2008 6:56:39 PM EDT

Originally Posted By 222SAKO:
The local feed store is out of seed wheat but sells feed grade wheat for 23.00/hundred lbs.  It will work for seed wheat you just have to increase the application rate per acre.  If I am only storing it for seed purposes do I have to store it the same way as long term food stores or can I just keep it dry and plant it next spring?


Wow, that's a pretty specific question.  If one of our farmers from the "We can't afford to grow wheat" thread doesn't know, I think you'll have to call you Ag Extension officer.  Whatever you find out keep us posted.
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