Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: central manitoba
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I think Joe is right, the stuff that isn't even flowering yet has a slim chance of making it. If that's the case, I would say to swath it when the more advanced stuff is ready to be swathed, the stuff that is so far behind won't have seed anyways and it will just blow out the back of the combine. I know ours is spread out a bit too, but not that much, thankfully ours is pod shatter variety. We doubt we will be able to straight cut any this year just because it has such a variance in the maturity. It's going to be a tough call this fall when to do anything because the crop maturity is spread out so much, unless of course we don't get any rain, it will burn up at an even rate.
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