Prince Edward County farmer wins wheat yield challenge

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Lloyd Crowe credits a preceding crop of field peas for the bumper winter wheat yield


Who really knows what is put on the fields or how much. In the end it has a lot too do with the weather and rain. It would be nice if you could get this on all the farm without spending more than what you put into it.

Yes weather plays a very large role in yield outcome. There are challenges for most everyone anytime.

Prince Edward county is no exception, in fact challenge is the norm. Congratulations Larry and Lloyd! Nice to see a provincial achievement in the east.

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