Oklahoma producers have double-crop options after wheat harvest

STILLWATER, Okla. – Recent rains across much of Oklahoma have been timely for producers looking to plant another crop in their fields after harvesting wheat. “The success of double cropping depends highly on initial soil moisture at planting, continued rainfall though the season and severity of heat stress when the crop is at the reproductive growth stage,” said Josh Bushong, Oklahoma State…

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