Harvest Management

Got Flat Wheat?

Midwestern Ontario has experienced some intense storm bands in recent days. Did your wheat Lean? Did your wheat Lodge? As harvest is approaching, what is the best way to manage a lodged crop? Read more to find out!

Residue, a Love Hate Relationship!

A properly performing combine is the greatest asset when it comes to establishing a winter wheat crop. Year after year, properly managing residue serves to be one of the most challenging management steps for most who are looking to establishing winter wheat. Residue and wheel tracks are going to be the biggest dilemmas for most producers this fall. Read more to find out how to manage both!

Preparing for Fall

Some parts of the province have crops advancing quickly! Now is a great time to get the harvesting and planting equipment out of the shed to make sure it is ready to go. A properly performing combine and a well tuned drill are essential for successful winter wheat establishment. Read more to find out what to look for when servicing the combine and drill!


Wheat harvest is progressing rapidly in the southern part of the province. Whether you have started to harvest or are waiting patiently, there are always things to look for and check on the combine and header to ensure harvest is smooth and trouble free. Read more to find out what the professionals combine and header checklist entails.

Managing Phantom Yield Loss

Ever wonder why the earliest harvested wheat is the highest yielding and best quality? Phantom yield loss is real and it happens. The most crucial late season wheat management strategy is getting the crop off the field quickly! Read more to find out what causes Phantom Yield Loss and how to manage it.