We have access to a corn field that we were going to consider hunting dry for Canada geese. We found out recently that the farmer may work the ground and plant winter wheat (probably October), which would result in 2-3" tall wheat in the field during the latter part of goose season. With the exception of the obvious, that layout blinds would be harder to conceal in small wheat than in corn stubble.... Does working up the ground and having wheat out there hurt our chances of attracting geese compared to a harvested corn field? Thanks in advance.