Get a soil test and let it tell you.
very True I guess I neglected the wheat part of the equationIf you have wheat in there, you will want a nitrogen component also.
What Jeff is saying, is a soil test will tell you exactly what your soil needs or doesn't. For example, if you have low ph or the soils CEC is out of whack, fertilizer may well be a waste of money before pH amendments. Soil tests like $10 and only take a few days to get the results, bags of fertilizer are quite a bit more on top of seed costs and labor.Ok thanks for the suggestion. I'm just looking for a basic fertilizer for my plots. Not looking to grow corn or beans. My yard grows perfect stands of clover with no soil tests or amendments. I'll deal with what I am dealt doing it this way.