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post #61 of 67 (permalink) Old 05-10-2019, 07:53 AM
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Got started yesterday. Not the earliest we've ever started but it's also not the latest.

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Finished the wheat yesterday..At 40% done..All are full bore ..Conditions the best in yrs..
Some canola going in to..Just need warmer temps..

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I hear you on warmer temps. Been wet and cold here, down to 38f last night whch is cold for this time of year down here. Corn that has been planted was barely sprouted last time I checked and it probably hasn't done a lot since then. The crop here will definitely not match last years crop which had near perfect growing conditions, 2019 crop is off to a poor, slow and weak start.

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Seeding going great this year, all the wheat and barley in and on oats now. Kind of nice when you can do the wheat first then barley then oats without switching back and forth. Most years we are hunting for the driest wet field and wishing we could of waited 3 more days before we seeded that field. We got a couple tenths of moisture this morning but should be going after lunch unless something else comes up on the radar.
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I hear you on warmer temps. Been wet and cold here, down to 38f last night whch is cold for this time of year down here. Corn that has been planted was barely sprouted last time I checked and it probably hasn't done a lot since then. The crop here will definitely not match last years crop which had near perfect growing conditions, 2019 crop is off to a poor, slow and weak start.

And the prices suck and keep dropping.
Sounds familiar. Going in wheat and corn now, every night it freezes and nothing put in early has made any progress. Corn not even sprouting I hear from low soil temperatures. Even winter annual weeds look sick and ditch grass is blue. We are quite dry on top and no problem getting every acre this year though. A bit of warm rain would do wonders right now.

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Still not going here in the Ottawa Valley. Cold and rainy. Should be half to 2/3 done by now. Now that snow up north is melting the Ottawa river continues to rise, backing up rivers and streams flowing into it. When I see all the flooded houses, I guess planting late is not so bad.
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Peas are done and rolled. Driest year I have ever seen, seeding through sloughs that have never been seeded in my memory and not even mud to stick to the tires. 4/10" so far this year and getting a sprinkle now. Not much for weeds growing with no moisture and below freezing temps every second night or more often. Probably spray tomorrow then put the flax in. A little more rain would be nice. Clay hills are pretty hard for this early in the year.
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