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Discussion Board - Re: Question on discing crops under.

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paul

07-21-2012 08:19:13
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Wouldn't be the thing to do in my clay, but on uncharted territory so not sure what is right?

Sorry to hear of it for you, just unbelievable how the year has gone. Was checking my fields the last couple days from what all I hear, one field has good kernal set, some others are still pollenating so can't really tell yet.

How'd you do in 1988, dad said that;s the worse he was ever through, I had a field with just a few kernals per cob. All my high ground was like that too.

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IaGary

07-21-2012 08:33:45
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 Re: Question on discing crops under. in reply to paul, 07-21-2012 08:19:13  
In 88 I had fields that made 150 and higher lighter soils that made 50.

Don't think I will average 50 this year.

It hit later in 88. After pollenation.

The first week of June I said this crop looks to good. Something is gonna go wrong. It did.
Gary



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paul

07-21-2012 14:39:53
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 Re: Question on discing crops under. in reply to IaGary, 07-21-2012 08:33:45  
Feel for you, I'm not too far behind. The radar shows 1/2 inch rains around every few days, but I'm getting 1 - 2/10th. Not complaining, it's something, but not getting ahead, things going backwards. Way ahead of 88 'here' tho.

Went to an auction SW of me today, they are farming stuff not far away that gravel comes from. Real poor stuff over there, corn is brown & done, beans are pale.

Hope it's not my future, but closer every day.

Again, sorry for your fields, it really gets disappointing on a person.

--->Paul

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IaGary

07-21-2012 15:22:32
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 Re: Question on discing crops under. in reply to paul, 07-21-2012 14:39:53  
I had an inch last part of may. 1/2 inch the 5th or so of June. 2 tenths last week of June and that's it. Normal is about 12 inches in that time frame. We were on the dry side this winter and spring as well.

Gary



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