greybeard":3h1o9dne said:Ex Harvey, but might even make it back up to TS or hurricane strength before it gets to the coast.
I could use the rain tho, and was up in Cass County over the weekend. Dry there too. Green, but dry.
cowboy43":20a1tcv9 said:You do know if the weather person starts predicting how much it will rain with all the alerts it will not rain.
How much per acre do you think that'll cost to gamble or seed, fertilizer and fuel?callmefence":bqch73eg said:
Tough call, I'm in the same boat on rye. Perhaps better odds at the casino? :cowboy:callmefence":24h54svb said:RanchMan90":24h54svb said:
100 #per acre seed _ 20.00
Diesel _____________ 2.00
I've got a 12 acre new field we just opened up.
It's already chiseled and disc. I would probably wait on nitrogen with 4-5 inches possible. I've pretty much decided against it. Even if it takes planting early almost guarantees army worms. 10.00 per acre
Brute 23":29k698wu said:I haven't planted any in a couple years but for some reason $1K per 10ac to plant sticks in my head.
Brute 23":1wixgr7r said:Looks like they are moving the landfall up the coast. Thats about right. We will probably be lucky to get any thing out of it.
greybeard":327h6xil said:Brute 23":327h6xil said:Looks like they are moving the landfall up the coast. Thats about right. We will probably be lucky to get any thing out of it.
The map I saw a little earlier showed landfall around Corpus, moving inland to the WNW some, then curving back to the SE and in the Houston area in 5 days. (I couldn't see the yellow/green dots well, so I added a black circle to each one)