2024 Buckeye Temp Tracker

Buckeye Temp Tracker – May 21, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Corn Stalks – 66 degrees

Worked Ground – 66 degrees


Fairfield County

Corn Stalks (worked and planted) – 66 degrees

Worked Ground (planted) – 66 degrees


Fayette County

Corn Stalks – 69 degrees

Worked Ground – 68 degrees


Mercer County

Corn Stalks – 73 degrees

Worked Ground – 71 degrees

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Buckeye Temp Tracker – May 14, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Corn Stalks – 54 degrees

Worked Ground – 55 degrees


Fairfield County

Corn Stalks (worked and planted) – 61 degrees

Worked Ground (planted) – 61 degrees


Fayette County

Corn Stalks – 65 degrees

Worked Ground – 65 degrees


Mercer County

Corn Stalks – 61 degrees

Worked Ground – 59 degrees

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Buckeye Temp Tracker – May 7, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Corn Stalks – 61 degrees

Worked Ground – 61 degrees


Fairfield County

Corn Stalks (worked and planted) – 63 degrees

Worked Ground (planted) – 63 degrees


Fayette County

Corn Stalks – 64 degrees

Worked Ground – 64 degrees


Mercer County

Corn Stalks – 61 degrees

Worked Ground – 60 degrees

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Buckeye Temp Tracker – April 30, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Unworked Corn Stalks – 60 degrees

Worked Ground – 60 degrees


Fairfield County

Unworked Cornstalks – 57 degrees (now worked and planted)

Worked Ground – 58 degrees (planted


Fayette County

Unworked Cornstalks – 60 degrees

Worked Ground – 63 degrees


Mercer County

Unworked Corn Stalks – 61 degrees

Worked Ground – 63 degrees

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Buckeye Temp Tracker – April 23, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 40 degrees

Worked Ground – 40 degrees


Fairfield County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 42 degrees

Worked Ground – 42 degrees


Fayette County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 40 degrees

Worked Ground – 45 degrees


Mercer County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 43 degrees

Worked Ground – 44 degrees

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Buckeye Temp Tracker – April 16, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 52 degrees

Worked Ground – 53 degrees


Fairfield County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 52 degrees

Worked Ground – 54 degrees


Fayette County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 52 degrees

Worked Ground – 54 degrees


Mercer County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 55 degrees

Worked Ground – 55 degrees

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Buckeye Temp Tracker – April 9, 2024

The Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


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Ashland County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 48 degrees

Worked Ground – 50 degrees


Fairfield County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 44 degrees

Worked Ground – 45 degrees


Fayette County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 45 degrees

Worked Ground – 46 degrees


Mercer County

Non-Worked Corn Stalks – 46 degrees

Worked Ground – 44 degrees

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Follow Ohio’s soil temperatures with the new Buckeye Temp Tracker – April 2, 2024

In the first of a new spring series looking at weekly soil temperatures around Ohio, the Buckeye Temp Tracker is powered by BA Genetics and takes note of soil temperatures in four counties each week. Check back each Wednesday for the next update throughout this planting season.

In the interactive map below, click on the thermometer icons to see the soil temperature results from each of the four Ohio counties involved in the program.

Each reading is in degrees Fahrenheit.


Fairfield County

Unworked Corn Stalks – 49 degrees

Worked Ground – 51 degrees


Fayette County

Unworked Corn Stalks – 52

Worked Ground – 50


Mercer County

Unworked Corn Stalks – 45 degrees

Worked Ground – 44 degrees


Ashland County

Unworked Corn Stalks – 43 degrees

Worked Ground – 44 degrees

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