When is the planting time for wheat in Indiana?

Answer [1] Typically, it's calculated at two weeks after the state's free of the Hessian fly. So it ranges from September 22 in northernmost Indiana, to October 9 in southernmost Indiana. [2] However, it'... Read More »

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Tulip Planting Time?

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