The unusual warm weather for this time of year has harvest clipping right along. It got up into the 80’s this week with very little moisture. At this rate, guys will have enough time to apply Residuce® to shoot for higher yields next year.
Here’s a look at what our guys are seeing in the field:
Mike Wyatt: We are having beautiful fall weather in Nebraska. Day time highs in the 70’s, nights in the low 30’s. No precipitation. Harvest is in a pause due to wet corn, should get started again in about a week.
Ken Musselman: There’s too much rain in North Central Montana. It’s too wet to pick up hay bales, spray fallow ground, or pick up rocks.
Gary Campbell: Harvest is progressing quickly in Michigan and Ohio, with highly variable yields caused by the dry summer. Edible bean harvest has been a challenge in Wisconsin, with spotty showers plus warm temps keeping plants (and weeds) green and moist. A farmer in Southeast Minnesota reports good yields despite the excessive rains & flooding in September.
Ray Roettger: It’s sunny and in the high 60’s in Northern Indiana, however it looks like rain tomorrow. In Southern Indiana, the temperature got up in the high 80’s. There was a light shower this morning, but harvest is moving along great.
Eric Johnston: Harvest is progressing rapidly here in Northern Illinois. With ideal weather the past few days, a lot of beans have been harvested. It’s been a bit of a struggle, for some guys, though, because of wind damage. Looks like we are set for nice weather to continue this week.
And with that, here’s to another week of harvest.
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