We had a half-inch of rain the week before last. Then this past Saturday it was scattered but in the northern end of the county where it had been dry all summer we got an inch of rain and that will really help with the final fill on the beans and the double-crop beans. In the southern part of the county we got two-tenths.
The corn is pretty well made, other than maybe the later planted corn may get a bit more kernel depth. The later planted beans could still use a rain to fill out the pods. The earlier beans are pretty well made now. The double-crop beans could use some more rain. We don’t need any wind, but we could use some rain this week, which would really help the hay too.
We are getting ready to start third-cutting hay. For no more rain than we’ve had it has grown better than we anticipated.… Continue readingRead More »