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OUR GRAIN FARM IS LOCATED IN THE FERTILE SOIL
OF NORTH CENTRAL OHIO
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LAST 4 Weeks
A couple extended and smaller rain or snow delays to harvest.
7 Day Forecast
6-10 Day Forecast
8-14 Day Forecast
March + April
We were able to work in the field for a week in late March.
Early Spring weather has allowed field prep,
All prep-plant fertilizer for the corn and soybean crop is applied.
All Strip-tilling with application of fertilizer for corn is completed.
Have 75% of the Soybeans planted.
Early May , Too Cold and Wet to do any Planting or Field work.
Mid – month , summer returned with Heat and Dry weather.
Mid-month , planted all of the Corn.
Replanted 2 farms of the early planted Soybeans.
Now more Rain and return to winter weather.
Late-month , Planted last 25% of the Soybeans on farms that had frequent rains
Early,Mid-month , All Soybeans up and growing,
Late-June , Beans are up and growing on replanted farm that had Hail Damage
All Corn side-dressed with Nitrogen
Early-July , First round of post emergence spraying Soybeans applying herbicide and fungicide
Late- July , Start Second round of post spraying Soybeans with foliar fertilizer and fungicide
Early -August, Completed Second round of post spraying Soybeans with foliar fertilizer and fungicide
Late-August, Mowing and trimming around water ways and field edges. Preparing equipment and grain handling system for fall harvest.
CORN | SOYBEANS
Soybeans: Soybean harvest is complete. Yields were about average. With excellent yields offset by water damaged areas to create an over all average yield.
Corn: We are done harvesting corn. Much better than average yields. Only limited damage by the excessive rain. The corn mostly benefited from the extra water.