So last week after my TV show was over, I drove to Oklahoma where we planted some wheat test plots. We worked with a contract researcher in West Central OK. It is the same one that we built the Liquid applicator for the planter last spring. And by "we" I meant Doug and Phil at the NCRS. But for wheat, Oklahoma Sales Account Manager Jacob put together a manifold with tubes running down inside the double disk openers. Here Jake makes the final adjustments. OK, it's a "classic" drill, but it will work.
They did a nice job of planting the plots. There are several comparisons of different Liquid, liquid and dry treatments, plus methods of application (like broadcast and post-emergence.) Now the other important ingredient is rain. I didn't bring that, but hopefully they have some there.
Now here is a picture I took of a squirrel. It has nothing to do with anything related to wheat plots. But I liked it and I have a three picture minimum.
So tomorrow (Tuesday) I am off on another fertilizer mission. Hopefully it will be a good one and I'll see another squirrel or something.