Video on the Southern Willamette Valley Bean & Grain Project

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Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Harvesting soft white winter wheat




This week we started harvesting the soft white winter wheat, yamhill variety. We have approximately 140 acres of it this year. Most of it was planted in October and November, but one field got planted in mid-December, and is looking much weaker as a result. The yield in the fields close to our buildings have been very good so far. It has been a bit stop-and-go while we wait for the moisture content to get down to around 12-12.5 percent. This usually means we can't start combining until about 1-2 pm.

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  1. hello mr clinton i am rahul from india a farmer. i grow wheat paddy, guava and mango. i am curious to know about farming in usa can you help me.
    my email- rahuljournalist@gmail.com

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