Wheat. Application table:
The growth and development of wheat can be restrained by many environmental factors, including unfavorable temperature, an insufficient amount of active temperatures during the growing season, a lack of moisture and light, a short day length, and the physical and chemical properties of the soil. In addition, wheat harvest may be limited by such weather phenomena as frosts, stresses due to high temperatures during critical periods of plant development, etc. Farmers cannot fully control these factors. But in order to properly plan and apply agrotechnical measures and get the most out of the plant, you need to know what restrictions these factors have on the harvest in a given year or geographic area.