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Also, early planted wheat will face insect, weed, and disease pressures for a longer period in the fall.

A grower who started seeding a field too early saw his yield double on the rest of the field where seeding was delayed a week due to rain.

A large dinner party, say—something you were looking forward to all week and involved getting a babysitter or dressing up or bringing a fine bottle of wine (or all of those things). Rising temperatures on Earth are changing the climate, including the timing of spring, which is having myriad domino effects on people and the environment.

The optimum heading date is earlier than observed for several other important areas of irrigated spring wheat.

This may be explained by the rapid increase in temperature from February onwards at Ludhiana.

Barley was harvested as whole-crop at the dough stage.

Soil samples were collected from all plots in autumn 2004, spring 2005 and autumn 2005 for soil mineral N (SMN) analyses and ceramic cups were used to assess nitrate leaching from red clover plots.

The optimum sowing dates for yield were 5 November for PBW 34 (long-season) and 15 November for cultivar PBW 154 (medium-season) and PBW 226 (short-season).

The combined effect of pre-heading radiation and temperature, referred to as the photothermal quotient (PTQ), was a better predictor of grains m were maximized for all cultivars when exposed to the highest PTQ between 20 days before to 10 days after heading.

Wheat seeded early uses more soil water in the fall, leaving less in the profile for yield production.

One research study showed a 50 bu/ac yield difference in the same field between a low-lying area with sufficient moisture and the rest of the plot where moisture was limited.

Early seeding results in too many fall tillers, which may compete with each other, become diseased, and deplete soil moisture so that grain yields are low.

Late seeding gives plants little time to develop tillers, resulting in an inadequate numbers of spikes (heads) for high yields the following spring.