Now that planting is essentially over, how much later will your harvest be than average?

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Anonymous
on Jul 16, 2013

2 weeks

Anonymous
on Jul 16, 2013

So many events effect other than planting date, weather, diseases and insects . Nature determines harvest time. Domestic grain may not be ready, but nature rules.

Anonymous
on Jul 16, 2013

Harvest date will depend on first frost date. Full moon is September 19!!!!!

Anonymous
on Jul 16, 2013

central mi: two weeks early ! soybeans are averaging their normal V stage of Aug: 5~7 @ july 16 th!

Anonymous
on Jul 9, 2013

The soybeans are day length dependent for maturity so will be at the usual time with reduced yields. Corn will be late and wet. Yields are up in the air.

Anonymous
on Jul 9, 2013

JACK FROST WILL BE DECIDING FACTOR AND THEN THERE WILL BE, IF IT IS EARLY, CRYING AND GRINDING OF TEETH.
DON H

Anonymous
on Jul 5, 2013

we had a good planting.

Anonymous
on Jul 5, 2013

We are more than three weeks late here in north east is, I don't want a frost before oct first, the fifteenth would be better, but now we need about sixty days of eighty five degrees and nights of seventy degrees, we are way behind on heat units.

Anonymous
on Jun 28, 2013

still waiting to plant. river is finally off of about 1/3rd of crop acres.

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