Yes, it matters very much. The crops that will plant on our farmlands ought to be rotated in such a way that the soil fertility will be maximized. If the nutrients in the soil are depleted, the soil will become infertile and the yields that a farmer will get from his planting will be drastically low. Thus, it is important to protect soil nutrients at all time during planting operation.
You think this intensive production schedule will deplete the nutrients in the soil, which ensure good wheat. Does this matter in your wheat-planting decisions?