We are going to plant some sudan and millet in 2 different places. But I keep hearing that the ground temperature is not up tp 60 degrees yet. Is there a website that has the ground temps. for weather stations in any area?
By that standard we should have planted it a month ago then pulled itback up for the last week and replanted today. Temps have been a bit more erratic then usualbigbull338":2iefu98k said:the rule of thumb we use is when the nite temps are 60 an above to plant.that way itll spout an get to going quick.
redcowsrule33":1g5eikza said:Try http://www.greencastonline.com/SoilTempMaps.aspx
Haven't been able to plant the millet seed I bought 3 years ago as the rain stops every time the soil temps get high enough. This year the rain has already stopped. Might plant it anyway so I don't have to look at it for another year.