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Ben Abell 5h
Graham seed crop on lighter land needed some rain. 🌾
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Kansas Mesonet 5h
June started out warm but radically switched cooler after the 9th. Forecast is for temperatures to begin to rise later this week! You can see average high/low temperatures compared to normal here:
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Brian Beisner Jun 11
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Gary Wideman 17h
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Vincent Van nes Jun 13
in full swing.. and some windrows for once! A neighbor wanted to bale 5000 small squares.
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Knight Commodities Jun 11
Despite a few showers across the Western Downs the past few weeks, still a very long way to go unfortunately for many. Fingers crossed 🤞🏼 rain this weekend.
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Growmore Agronomy Services Jun 13
An early application of Lontrel Advanced still working wonders on the thistles in this EGA Gregory. Love some good residual chemistries!
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Landon Hays Jun 15
I like how a wheat field smells after it’s been burned.
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Robert Pertschy Jun 12
Kinda like the look of this field sitting here singing "Oh Lord it's hard to be humble". Had another field and its theme song was "achy breaky heart"
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Laura Van Arkel Jun 12
The helicopter is back to help the farmers around Stoney Point 🚁👨‍🌾👩‍🌾
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Jared Jones 22h
The wheat in central Kansas is almost ready! This crop has been through it all but that’s pretty much a given for dryland wheat in Kansas!
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AgriMAXX Wheat Jun 13
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Joel Heppell Jun 13
Replying to @JoelHeppell
Classic western Kansas view right there.
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Growmore Agronomy Services Jun 12
EGA Gregory starting to get a wriggle on just East of Harden. Looking for a post-em broadleaf spray and a feed to help set it up.
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Pam Smith Jun 9
Soft spot for Illinois wheat. Might have been bound for airport, but had to stop. Raymond, Illinois.
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caleb Jun 11
Welp we popped the cherry today all over the area ... thus begins harvest. 64 degrees at 11:45 when I left my last customer for the day - very unusual conditions for June
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Jenny Burgess Jun 11
Just when you think this year couldn't be even more of a mess. Hail damage, freeze damage, and other things to find.
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Joel Heppell Jun 13
It’s very satisfying to be looking st such great dryland wheat this year. At least 2 weeks from the combine here. Now just hoping the hail can stay away till it’s in the bin 🤞🙏🙏.
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Brian Sieker Jun 12
Finding more and more every time I look. If its not flooded out or hailed out, we are fighting disease. What a mess. Ready for to be out of the field.
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Ian Holmes Jun 9
⁩ ⁦⁩ entry ⁦⁩ getting rid of plenty of anthers now. Final tissue sample done, wait and see what the combine brings now.
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