Usual Planting and Harvesting Dates for U.S. Field Crops

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1 United States Department of Agriculture National Agricultural Statistics Service Agricultural Handbook Number 628 Usual Planting and Harvesting Dates for U.S. Field s

2 Introduction Usual planting and harvesting dates for major field crops appear in this report. Information is arranged by States for major crops and by commodity for selected States. In addition, dot maps show major areas of production. The information was assembled by the National Agricultural Statistics Service, based on the best and latest information available. The same data for vegetables may be found in Commercial Vegetables for Fresh Market and Processing in Principal Producing Areas, Agriculture Handbook No. 507, issued February The dates shown indicate the periods in which the crops are planted and harvested in most years. They do not account for exceptionally early or late dates of scattered planting and harvesting, nor abnormal seasons caused by climatic or economic conditions. Beginning dates indicate when planting or harvesting is about 5 percent complete and ending dates when operations are about 95 percent complete. The usual planting dates are the times when crops are usually planted in the fields. For transplanted crops, such as tobacco, the planting period refers to the time of setting plants in the field. The harvest dates refer to the periods during which harvest of the crop actually occurs. They do not extend through the subsequent period in which some commodities are stored in the field after harvest.

3 Barley Nearly 7 million acres of barley were harvested in the United States (U.S.) during. After reaching a peak of over 16 million acres in 1942, harvested acreage has declined to the same level as was harvested during the first decade of this century. Yields, however, have been steadily increasing, with a record high average yield of 62.5 bushels per acre recorded in North Dakota continued to be the largest barley-producing State, harvesting 27 percent (%) of the total U.S. production. North Dakota, along with Idaho and Montana--the second and third ranking States--accounted for nearly two-thirds of the barley production. Only minor acreages are grown in the Eastern and Southern States. Most barley is fed to livestock, the remainder of the crop is used for malting.

4 State Barley, Spring:, by State AK CA 1/ CO ID KS 2/ MI MN MT NE NV 1/ ND OR SD UT WA WI WY , , Feb 20 Mar 15 Mar 24 Mar 1 6 Apr 7 Mar 20 Apr 5 Apr 21 Apr 6 Mar 20 Mar 1 Apr 5 Mar 15 - Mar 1 - Apr 5 - Apr 7 - Mar May 8 Apr 26 - May 27 Apr 21-4 Mar May 2 - Mar Apr 20 - Apr Mar 28 - Apr 28 May 26 May 21 8 May 26 May 28 0 Jul 28 0 Jul 26 Jul 26 Aug 4 8 Jul 20 Jul Jul Aug 11 - Sep 8 - Aug 3 - Aug 19 Aug 8 - Sep 7 - Sep 6 Jul Aug 8 - Aug 23 Aug 5 - Jul 23 - Aug 8 - Aug 1 - Aug 30 - Aug 8 - Aug 31 1/ Not published by season, All Barley acres included. 2/ Not published by planting season. An All Barley acreage estimate is published in the Barley, Fall table. Sep 29 0 Aug 31 Sep 24 Sep 28 Jul 30 Sep 6 5 Sep 21 Barley, Fall:, by State State AZ CA 1/ DE KS 2/ KY MD NV 1/ NJ NC OK PA SC TX VA Sep Oct Dec 30 - Oct 9 - Oct Oct Oct 3 - Oct Nov 20 - Nov 15 - Feb 1 Apr 30 Nov 1 Nov 7 Oct 21 Nov 21 Oct 25 5 Nov Jun 7 Jun 6 May 30 May Jun Jun Jun 21-0 Jun 9 - Jun Jun 30 - Jul 20 - Jun / Not published by planting season. An All Barley acreage estimate is published with Barley, Spring table. 2/ Not published by season, All Barley acres included. Jul 3 Jul

5 Corn Corn was the leading U.S. crop in, both in terms of value of production and acreage grown. Over 73 million acres of corn were harvested for grain. The acreage for grain comprised 92% of all corn planted. More than 80% of the corn-for-grain acreage lies in the Corn Belt States, with Iowa leading all States and Illinois ranking second. The largest acreage of record, 111 million acres, was harvested in Acreage decreased from the turn of the century, with the exception of wartime plantings, until the late-1960's. Since then, harvested acreage levels have generally ranged between million acres. The National grain yield was bushels per acre the third highest yield on record. Yields have generally increased since the turn of the century, with more rapid increases occurring in more recent years. The highest corn yield on record, bushels per acre, occurred in Corn grain production generally increased through the late-1980's. Erratic weather caused production to fluctuate significantly in the 1990's. In, 9.3 billion bushels of corn were produced in the Nation, compared with 7.4 billion bushels in 1995 and the record 10.1 billion bushels in 1994.

6 State Corn for Grain:, by State AL AZ AR CA CO DE FL GA ID IL IN IA KS KY LA MD MI MN MS MO MT NE NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA SC SD TN TX UT VA WA WV WI WY ,800 5,450 12,450 2,350 1, ,300 6, , , , , , , Mar 5 Mar 15 Apr 3 Mar 15 9 Mar 1 Mar 1 Apr 21 Apr 22 Apr Mar 10 Apr 20 Apr 24 Mar 27 Apr 5 9 Apr 21 May 7 May 3 Apr 22 Mar 25 Apr 20 Apr 30 Mar 10 Apr 5 Feb 28 Apr 5 Apr 22 Mar Apr 30-6 Mar 15 - Mar May 26 Apr May Apr 21-8 Mar 19 - Apr 4 Apr May 21 May 3 - May 22 Mar 31 - Apr 28 Apr May 3-9 May 28 - Apr May 26 - May May Mar 20 - Apr 20 May Mar 20 - Apr 29 Apr 30 - Apr May 3 - May May 28 Jun 9 May 28 0 Jun 3 Jun 8 Apr 28 Jun 7 May 31 Jun Jun 8 Jun Jul 21 Aug Sep 29 Sep 24 7 Sep 8 Jul 29 Sep 9 Oct 3 Sep 29 Aug 12 5 Sep 21 0 Sep 29 0 Sep Sep 24 Aug Nov 1 Aug Nov Aug 1 - Sept Oct 9 - Nov Nov 25 Oct 7 - Oct 31 - Sep 22 - Aug 13 - Sep 22 - Oct 22 Oct 23 - Nov Nov 12 - Oct Nov Nov Oct Oct Nov 14 Sep 8 - Nov 1 - Nov Nov Nov 6-5 Aug 6 - Sep Oct 25 - Nov 20 - Oct Nov Nov 9 Nov 2 1 Nov 5 0 Nov 24 Nov 19 0 Nov 17 Nov 15 6 Nov 17 Dec 3 Nov 28 Oct 22 5 Nov 28 Nov 20 Nov 7 Nov 9 Nov Nov 30 Nov 1 0 Nov 20 Nov 25 Nov 30 Dec 5

7 Cotton Cotton is grown in the southern United States, mostly south of the 36th parallel, with concentrations in the Texas high plains, the irrigated valleys of Arizona and California, and the Mississippi Delta. In recent years, Georgia and North Carolina have experienced large increases in cotton acreage. Unlike in the tropics where cotton is grown as a perennial, U. S. cotton is grown as an annual from seed planted each year. Most U. S. cotton is Upland cotton, which usually has a staple length of 1 to 1 1/4 inches. Some extra-long staple American Pima cotton, which has a staple length of 1 1/2 inches or longer, is grown in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Cotton acreage increased until 1925, when nearly 46 million acres were planted, then generally declined until the 1960's. Since then, acreage has ranged between 9 and 15 million acres. In recent years, acreage has been on an upswing with growers planting 15 million acres in. Cotton yields have trended upward with a record high yield of 709 pounds per acre of cotton harvested in. With the increases in yield, cotton production has reached the same levels that were produced in the 1920's and 1930's when acreage was at its peak. A record cotton production was set in 1994, surpassing the previous highest producing years of 1937 and 1926.

8 State Cotton:, by State AL AZ AR CA FL GA LA MS MO NM NC OK SC TN TX VA ,000 1, , , , Mar 15 Apr 24 Apr Apr 21 May 6 Apr 24 Mar 10 0 Apr 24 - May 24 - Apr 30 - May 24 - Apr Apr 26-6 Apr 28 - May 28 - Apr Jun 6 Apr 20 - Jun 6 May 31 5 Jun 2 Jun 9 Jun 8 Jun 29 Jun 30 Sep 22 5 Sep Sep 27 1 Sep Oct Nov 1 - Nov 1 - Nov 15 Sep 28 - Oct 6 - Nov 3 - Oct 25 - Nov 30 Oct 7 - Nov 15 Nov 4 - Nov Nov 13 - Nov 1 - Dec 2 Oct 25 - Nov 25 5 Dec 25 Nov 24 Nov 15 5 Nov 13 Nov 17 Nov 20 Dec Dec 5 Nov 25 Dec 28 0

9 Alfalfa Hay Alfalfa hay, which includes alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures, comprised 40% of the total acreage harvested for hay in. Alfalfa is common in all regions except the Southeast, where the humid climate and sandy soils do not favor production. In most areas, the crop is harvested two or three times a year. There were over 24 million acres of alfalfa hay harvested in the United States during. California was the leading alfalfa hay producing State, harvesting 6.6 million tons from 940,000 acres in. However, California does not publish county estimates for hay and are not represented on the maps below. The alfalfa hay yield of 3.27 tons per acre was down from the record yield of 3.45 tons per acre set in Alfalfa hay production increased steadily until the 1980's, when record production of nearly 92 million tons was set in Production has since declined slightly. Growers harvested over 79 million tons in. Other Hay In those States which estimate Alfalfa hay, Other hay includes all crops harvested for hay except alfalfa and alfalfa mixtures. Other hay includes alfalfa in Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Louisiana, Mississippi, and South Carolina. s grown for hay include clover-timothy mixtures, bermuda grass, wild grasses (prairie hay), and small grains among others. There were nearly 37 million acres of Other hay harvested in. Texas, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Kansas lead the Nation in Other hay production during.

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11 State :, by State AZ CA CO DE ID IL IN IA KS KY MD MI MN MO MT NE NV NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA SD TN TX UT VA WA WV WI WY , , ,050 1, ,700 1, , , , Feb 15 Mar 1 3 May 22 3 May 26 2 May 31 May Apr 30 2 Apr Aug 19 - Nov 5 5 Nov 19 Sep Nov Sep Nov 1 Nov 17 Sep 6 3 Nov 15 Oct 25

12 State :, by State AL AK AZ CA CO CT DE FL GA ID IL IN KS KY LA ME MD MA MN MS MO MT NE NV NH NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA RI SC SD TN TX UT VT VA WA WV WI WY ,700 2, , , , , , ,800 1,750 4, , Feb 15 0 Apr 26 May Jun 7 Apr 30 8 May 23 Apr 23 May May Jul Jul 30 - Jun 29 - Aug Nov 8 Nov Oct 22 Nov 19 Aug Oct Nov 17 Aug 26 Oct 4 Nov Sep 2

13 Oats Production and acreage of oats have declined steadily since 1945 when a record of 1.5 billion bushels were produced on 42 million acres. In, only 155 million bushels were harvested from 2.7 million acres. This was the lowest production and acreage since records were first kept in Over half of the grain crop is grown in South Dakota, North Dakota, Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Iowa. The crop is grown less extensively throughout the Corn Belt, Great Lakes States, and the Plains. Relatively few oats are produced in the Southern and Western States. About half of the planted acreage is harvested for grain and the other half is harvested for hay.

14 State Oats, Spring:, by State AK CA 1/ CO ID IL IN IA KS ME MI MN MO MT NE NY ND OH OR 2/ PA SD UT WA WV WI WY Feb 20 Mar 15 Mar 31 Mar 25 Mar 24 Feb 20 May 7 0 Mar 1 0 Mar 24 Apr 22 Apr 3 5 Apr 4 Mar 20 Mar 5 Mar 28 - Mar 1 - Apr Apr 8 - Apr 23 Apr 5 - Apr 4 - Apr 23 Mar May 26 - May 8-4 Mar 15 - Apr 20 Apr 26-8 Apr 2 -Apr Apr 30 May Mar May Mar May 30 Jun 2 May 8 7 Jun 9 May 21 May 26 Apr 30 Jun 3 May 9 May 28 May 24 May 21 Apr 20 0 Jul Jul 3 0 Jul 26 Jul 24 Aug 6 Jul 4 Aug 1 Aug Jul Jul 20 Jul Aug 11 - Sep 8 Jul 24 - Aug Aug Jul Aug 1 Aug 23-5 Aug 3 - Aug 19 Aug 1 - Aug 26 - Aug 16 - Sep Aug 2 Aug 5 - Aug 11 - Aug 27 Jul 26 - Aug Jul 21 - Aug 7-0 Aug 1 - Aug 30 Jul 20 - Jul / Not published by planting season. An All Oat acreage estimate is published in the Oat, Fall table. 2/ Estimate not published by season, All Oat acres included. 0 Sep 29 Aug 11 Aug 9 0 Aug 31 0 Aug 1 Sep 26 Aug Aug 22 Aug 30 0 Sep 26 State Oats, Fall:, by State AR CA 1/ GA NC OK SC TX Oct Sep 23 0 Oct 21 - Nov 21 - Mar 1 - Nov Nov 24 - Nov Nov 20 Sep 29 - Nov 14 1/ Estimate not published by season, All Oat acres included. Nov 26 Mar Nov 30 5 Dec 21 Jun 8 5 May 28 Jun Jun 9 - Jul Jul 2 Jun Jul 20 2 Jul 3

15 Peanuts Peanut production is confined mostly to the South. There are three main producing areas: the Virginia-Carolina area, where Virginia type peanuts predominate; the Southeast where the crop is mainly Runners and Virginia types; and the Southwest, where the acreage is planted to Runner and Spanish types of peanuts. Valencias, a roasting type, account for about 1 percent of U.S. production and are grown mainly in New Mexico and Texas. The leading producing peanut States in were Georgia, Texas, Alabama, and North Carolina. A total of 1.4 million acres of peanuts were planted in. Planted acreage peaked at over 5 million acres during World War II, but then fell below 2 million acres in Farmers have planted between million since the early 1950's. Yields and production improved steadily from the 1950's until 1980, but have leveled off since. In, yield averaged 2,619 pounds per acre.

16 State Peanuts:, by State AL FL GA NM NC OK SC TX VA Apr 28 May 7 Apr 20 May 7 Apr May 8 - May May 29 - Jun 31 - Jun 6 0 Jun 2 Jun 29 8 Sep 4 Sep 24 Sep 29 Sep 8 Sep 7 5 Sep 22 - Oct Oct 8 - Oct Nov 8 Oct 2 - Nov Nov 22 - Oct 25 Nov 1 Nov 15 Nov 1 Nov 14 Nov 28 Dec 20 Nov 5

17 Rice U.S. rice production is mainly confined to three areas: the coastal prairie region of the southwestern Louisiana and southeastern Texas; eastern Arkansas, southeastern Missouri, and northwestern Mississippi; and the central valleys of California (particularly the Sacramento Valley). The rice acreage covered just over 2.8 million acres. Rice plantings have steadily increased since the late 1800's. The peak planting year came in 1981 when over 3.8 million acres were planted. Yield and production have also steadily increased during this century. In, a record 6,121 pounds of rice were harvested per acre, for a total production of over 171 million cwt. The record production, of 198 million cwt, occurred in 1994.

18 State Rice:, by State AR CA LA MS MO TX 1, Apr 7 Mar 20 Apr 2 Mar Apr 3 - May 2 Apr 23 - May 28 - Apr 5 - May 4 Jun 2 Jun 2 Jun 9 0 May 26 Aug 26 5 Jul 22 0 Jul 22 Sep 3 - Oct 4-5 Aug 8 - Sep Oct 6 - Oct 25-1 Oct 25 Nov 1 Oct 8 Oct 27 Nov 1 5

19 Rye Rye was planted on 1.5 million acres in, the lowest acreage on record since Acreage, except for peaking during the two World Wars, has gradually declined during the past 100 years. A large portion of the rye acreage is used as a winter cover crop, pastured, and then plowed under as green manure. Only 24% of plantings were harvested for grain. Rye intended for grain is usually planted in the fall and harvested during the late spring or early summer months. Most rye is produced in the northern Plains and southern Plains. With the exception of Georgia, only minor acreages of rye are grown in the East and South.

20 State Rye:, by State GA IN KS MD MN NE NJ NY NC ND OH OK PA SC SD TX VA WI Aug 23 Aug 30 Sep 7 0 Aug 30 Sep 23 Aug Oct 3 - Nov 1 Sep 2 - Sep Sep Nov Oct 7 - Nov Sep Nov 20 Sep 9 - Sep Nov Dec 5 Nov 17 Oct 9 Oct 6 Nov 14 Oct 25 Dec Oct 7 Nov 15 Nov Jun 30 Jul 7 May May 23 Jul 9 - Jun 30 - Jul Jul Jul 30 Jul 21 - Aug Jul Jul Jul 30 Jun 8 - Jun 28 Jul 20 - Aug Aug 5 Aug 29 Aug 8 Aug 7 Jul 20 Jul 28 Aug 1 Jul

21 Sorghum Most grain sorghum is grown in the central and southern Plains States, where it is well adopted to heat and tolerant to limited moisture conditions. Of the 11.9 million acres of sorghum harvested for grain in, 79% was grown in Kansas, Texas, and Nebraska. Grain sorghum is used primarily as a livestock feed. Planted area generally ranged between 15 and 20 million acres until the late 1980's, when acreage dropped to the 10 to 15 million range. The majority of the sorghum acreage not harvested for grain, is harvested for silage. Sorghum grain yields increased steadily from the late 1950's until Erratic weather in the 1990's has caused wide yield changes from year to year. The yield, of 67.5 bushels per acre, compares with 55.6 bushels per acre in 1995 and 72.8 bushels per acre in 1994.

22 State Sorghum for Grain:, by State AL AR CO GA IL KS KY LA MS MO NE NM NC OK SC SD TN TX , , ,800 Apr 6 Mar 31 Apr 2 1 Apr 30 4 Mar 3 - May 30 Apr 21 - May 23 - Apr 30 - Jun 2 - Jun Apr 20 - May May Jun May Jun 30 May Mar 22 - May 23 Jun 9 Jun 30 Jun 23 Jun Jul 2 Aug 24 Sep 27 5 Aug 12 Aug Aug 14 Sep 21 Jul 28 Sep 22 - Sep 3 - Sep Nov Nov Nov Aug 18 - Oct 6 - Oct Nov 15 - Oct 22 Oct 23 - Nov 17 Sep 3 - Nov 6 Oct 6 - Oct Oct 24 Nov 25 Nov 25 Nov 17 Nov 30 Nov 15 0 Nov 25 Nov 17 5 Nov 26 Dec 6 Dec 7 Nov 16 Nov 1 Nov 26

23 are grown primarily for beans which are processed into oil and meal. The main soybean producing area is in the Corn Belt and the lower Mississippi Valley. The three top producing States in - Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota - accounted for 44% of the total U.S. production. Over 64 million acres of soybeans were planted in. Planted area increased rapidly until 1979, when a record 71.4 million acres were planted. Acreage declined during the 1980's, but has rebounded in the 1990's. The yield, of 37.6 bushels per acre, was the second highest yield since records were first kept in The record yield, of 41.4 bushels per acre, was set in 1994.

24 State :, by State AL AR DE FL GA IL IN IA KS KY LA MD MI MN MS MO NE NJ NC ND OH OK PA SC SD TN TX VA WI 315 3, ,850 5,360 9,450 2,000 1,180 1, ,640 5,900 1,750 4,050 3, , , ,670 1, Apr 30 May 4 8 May 6 May 4 1 May 8 May 6 0 May 9 May 30 2 Apr 20 6 Apr May 30 - Jun Jun Jun May 28 - Jun Jun Jun Jun Jun May 29 - Jun Jun 22-0 May 27 - Jun 27 - Jun 6 May 30 - May Jun 30 - Jul 3 Jul Jun Jun 6 Jun 23 Jul 9 1 Jun Jun 30 Sep 28 Sep 23 Sep Sep 21 7 Sep 21 Aug 13 Oct 28 - Nov Nov 9 Oct 22 - Nov Nov 15 Nov 1 - Nov Oct Oct Oct 4 - Oct Nov Oct 28 Oct 4 - Oct Oct 21 - Nov 12 - Dec 3 Sep Oct Nov Oct 23 - Nov Nov 1 Oct 25 - Nov Nov 1 Dec 8 Nov 29 Nov 25 Nov 25 5 Nov 3 Nov 5 Oct 27 Nov 15 Nov 18 Nov 20 Nov 7 Dec 3 Nov 25 Oct 27 Nov 30 Dec 20 Oct 22 Dec 9 Nov 30 Dec 30 Nov 5 Dec 5 Dec 3 0

25 Sugarbeets Almost all U.S. sugarbeets are grown under irrigation in the western half of the country and in the more humid areas of the North Central States. Sugarbeets require plentiful, well-distributed moisture and extended moderately cool weather during the growing season. In, Minnesota lead the U.S. in sugarbeet production, followed by Idaho and North Dakota. Most beets are seeded from March to May and harvested from September to December, with peak harvest in October. However, in California, some beets are over-wintered and harvested the next spring. Growers planted a record 1.6 million acres in Acreage declined during the 1970's and early 1980's, but climbed back up to around 1.4 million acres by 1990, where it has stayed. Just over 1.3 million acres of sugarbeets were planted in. Sugarbeets yielded 20.2 tons per acres in, down from the record yield of 22.1 tons per acre in 1994.

26 State Sugarbeets:, by State CA CO ID MI MN MT NE NM ND OH OR TX WA WY Mar 25 Mar 24 Apr 22 Apr 9 Mar 25 Apr 22 Mar 15 Mar 27 Mar 15 Apr Apr 3 - Apr 21 Apr 30 - May 4 Apr May Apr 30 Apr 5 - Apr 29 - Apr 20 - Mar 22 - Mar 30 Apr 8 - Mar 20 - Mar Apr 29 3 May May 30 Mar 30 May 7 Apr Oct 6 7 Sep 24 8 Oct 3 5 Sep 21 - Aug Nov 5 Oct Oct 29 Oct 3-8 Oct Oct Oct 8 - Oct 24 Nov 5 Oct 28 Nov 2 Nov 5 Nov 20 Dec 24 Nov 7 Nov 2

27 Tobacco U.S. tobacco production is generally confined to areas east of the Mississippi River, with the principal exception being the western area of Missouri. Six major classes are grown: Flue-cured, fire-cured, air-cured (light and dark), cigar filler, cigar binder, and cigar wrapper. Although grown at various latitudes, the crop has little tolerance to frost and freezing temperatures. Tobacco seeds are usually sown during the late winter and early spring in protected beds from which seedlings are pulled and transplanted in the spring. Harvest dates are governed largely by latitude, elevation, seasonal conditions, and the nature of the particular tobacco type. The flue-cured and cigar wrapper types are harvested by priming (picking the leaves as they ripen) while other types are usually stalk cut. In, North Carolina and Kentucky accounted for 65% of the total U.S. production. area increased from 1866, when records were first kept, until 1930 when the peak level of over 2 million acres were harvested. Acreage leveled off until the 1950's, but has decreased steadily since. Tobacco growers harvested 1.6 billion pounds of tobacco from 733,920 acres in. Production generally increased steadily from , but has generally decreased since.

28 Tobacco by Type:, by State State FL Type Mar 1 Mar Aug 1 GA Type Mar IN Type May KY Type22 Type23 Type31 Type35 Type Jun 8 - Jun 8 May 23 - Jun 8 - Jun 8 - Jun 8 5 Aug 5 Aug 5 Aug 8 Aug 5 Aug 5 Aug 18-0 Aug 18-0 Aug 21-5 Aug 18-0 Aug 18-0 MD Type May 9 - Jun 4 Jun 24 Aug 7 Aug 21-4 Sep 26 MO Type May CT Type51 Type61 MA Type51 Type61 NC Type11 Type12 Type13 Type May 23 4 May 23 4 Apr May May 31 May 7 - Apr 30-2 Apr Jun 7 Jun 26 Jun 7 Jun 26 Jun 7 Jun 2 May 31 Jun 30 Jul 30 7 Jul Aug 18 Aug 7 - Aug 24 Jul 30 - Aug 21 Aug 7 - Aug 24 Jul 30 - Aug 21 Aug 1 - Jul 30 - Aug 30 Jul 21 - Aug 21 - Sep 22 Sep 7 Sep 3 Sep 7 Sep OH Type Jun 7 - Jun 21 Aug 30 - PA Type32 Type May 30-5 May SC Type Apr 2 Apr 9 - Apr 30 Jun Aug 26 TN Type22 Type23 Type31 Type35 VA Type11 Type21 Type31 Type Apr May May 30 May Aug 5 5 Aug WV Type WI Type54 Type Jun 30 - Jun

29 Spring Wheat The spring wheat harvest, including both durum and other spring wheat, accounted for 35% of all wheat produced in the United States. Spring wheat is planted in the late spring and harvested late in the summer. Annual rainfall in the northern Great Plains and Northwestern States is relatively limited but well distributed during the summer, thus favoring spring wheat production. Nationwide, 116 million bushels of Durum and 692 million bushels of other spring wheat were grown in. North Dakota growers produced over 79 million bushels of durum and over 313 million bushels of other spring wheat in, making it the top producing State for all classes of wheat. Winter Wheat Winter wheat, widely grown throughout the United States, is heavily concentrated in the central and southern Great Plains and the Pacific Northwest. Winter wheat is planted in the fall, goes into dormancy during the winter, and is harvested for grain the following spring. When weather conditions are favorable for early fall growth, much of the winter wheat in the southern Great Plains is grazed in the fall prior to going into dormancy and again in the late winter and early spring when new growth starts. Nearly 52 million acres of winter wheat were planted in. With the exception of peak acreages during World War II and the early 1980's, planted area has generally ranged between 40 and 50 million acres since the 1920's. Nearly 1.5 billion bushels of winter wheat were produced in, comprising 65% of all wheat produced. Kansas, Washington, and Oklahoma were the 3 top producing winter wheat States and accounted for 35% of the total winter wheat production. Kansas ranked second, behind only North Dakota, in all classes of wheat production.

30 State Wheat, Spring:, by State CO ID MN MT NV ND OR SD UT WA WI WY ,500 4, , , Mar 25 Mar 21 3 Apr 8 Apr 5 9 Mar 1 Apr 3 Mar 20 Mar 1 Apr 5 Mar 27 Apr 20 - Apr 7 - May 3 Apr 27 - Apr Mar May 2 - Apr 20 Mar May 26 Jun 3 May 29 May 27 7 Jun 3 Aug 4 Jul 31 Aug 7 Jul 20 Aug 4 Aug Jul 20 Aug 1-0 Aug 13 - Sep 8 Aug 12-6 Aug 16 - Sep 6 Aug 1 - Aug Jul 27 - Aug 13 Aug 5 - Aug 5 - Aug 30 Aug 5 - Aug 12 - Sep 8 Sep 29 Sep Aug 30 5

31 State :, by State AL AZ AR CA CO DE FL GA ID IL IN IA KS KY LA MD MI MN MS MO MT NE NV NJ NM NY NC ND OH OK OR PA SC SD TN TX UT VA WA WV WI WY , , , , ,250 1,980 2, ,330 4, , , , Oct 2 Oct 3 5 Oct 8 5 Sep 8 Sep 29 Sep 6 0 Sep 23 Oct 8 3 Aug 21 Sep 24 Sep 7 Aug Sep 7 Sep 24 Sep 3 5 Aug 30 5 Aug 31 Aug 23 Oct 21 - Nov 21 - Dec Nov 12 Nov 15 - Jan Nov 8 Nov 15-5 Nov 15 - Dec 5 Sep Oct 29 - Oct 25 Sep Oct 9 - Nov 2 - Nov Nov 6-5 Sep 3 - Sep 26 Oct 8 - Nov Nov Oct Sep Nov Sep Nov Sep 21 - Oct 21 Sep Nov Sep Oct Nov Nov Sep 4-2 Feb 1 Nov 27 Feb 15 0 Nov Nov 3 Nov 6 Oct 25 Nov 20 2 Nov 19 Oct 29 Oct 7 0 Nov 20 Oct 23 Oct 6 Nov 14 5 Nov 1 Dec 20 Nov 2 Nov 2 Dec 31 Oct 7 Nov 30 Dec 3 Nov 30 Nov 20 Oct 2 Jun 8 Jun 22 Jul 23 Jun 22 Jun Jun May 28 5 Jul 28 Jun May May 26 Jul May Jun Jul 20 Jun 26 - Jul 8 - May 31-5 Aug 4 - Jun 30 - Jul 8 Jun 30 - Jul 20 Jul 6 - Jul May 22 - Jun 9 Jun 28-2 Jul 20 - Jul 20 Aug 1 - Aug 21 Jun 6 - Jun 23-0 Aug 6 - Aug 23 Jul 7 - Jul 26 Jul 20 - Jul 28 - Aug 1-0 Jul 20 - Jul 30 Jun 9 - Jun Jul 24 - Jul Jul Jul 30 Jun Jul Jun Jun Aug 1 - Jul 24 - Aug 12 Aug Jun 30 4 Jul 20 Aug 7 0 Jun 23 Jul 20 Aug 4 Jul 7 Jul 20 Sep 8 Aug 8 Aug 14 5 Aug 5 Aug 1 Aug 4 Aug 12 0 Jul 7 Sep 3

32 Alabama:, by Cotton Peanuts Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Mar Apr 30 Oct 2 Mar 25 - Apr 24 - May May 30 - May 30 - Oct 21 - Nov 21 8 Jun 6 Jun 6 Jul 3 2 Jul 21 Sep 22 Sep 4 Sep 28 Aug Jul 20 Sep 22 - Oct Oct 28 - Nov 28 - Nov Nov Dec 8 Alaska:, by Barley Oats, Spring Potatoes June Arizona:, by Barley, Fall Cotton Potatoes Wheat, Durum Mar 15 Mar 15 Mar Dec Apr 30 Jan 1 - Jan 30 - Dec 30 - Dec 30 Feb 1 Feb 15 Feb 1 Feb 1 5 Feb 15 Feb 15 May Nov 1 - Nov May 30-5 May 30-5 Dec 25

33 Arkansas:, by Cotton Oats, Fall Rice Sorghum, for Grain , ,500 1,240 Apr 3 Apr 24 Oct 2 Apr 7 Apr 6 May 4 Oct May 24 Oct 21 - Nov Apr 21 - May Nov 12 May 31 Nov 26 Jun 2 Jun 9 Jul 7 Nov 27 Aug 16 Sep 22 Jun 8 Aug 26 Aug 24 Jun 8 Aug 27-8 Oct Sep 3 - Oct 4 Sep 3 - Sep Nov Jun 28 1 Nov 24 Oct 25 Oct 24 Nov 29 California:, by Barley, Fall 1/ Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Cotton Oats, Fall Oats, Spring 1/ Rice Sugarbeets, Fall Sugarbeets, Spring 2/ Wheat, Durum , Feb 20 Mar 15 5 Feb 20 Nov Mar Aug 1 - Apr 30 - Mar 1 Mar Nov 15 - Nov 1 - Feb 15 Nov 15 - Jan 15 1/ All acreage estimate published under Spring category. 2/ All acreage estimate published under Fall category. Apr 30 5 Mar 15 May 30 5 Mar 1 Feb 15 Aug 1 Aug 1 Mar Nov Nov Aug 1 - Nov Nov 15 Nov 15 Nov 15 Nov 5 Nov 1 0 Aug 1

34 Colorado:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes, Fall Potatoes, Summer Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Sugarbeets Wheat, Spring ,200 Mar 15 Mar 15 0 Mar 25 Mar 25 Apr Apr Apr Aug Nov Nov Jul Nov 25 Connecticut:, by Tobacco, Type 51 Tobacco, Type May May 31 5 Jun 26 Jun 7 Sep 3 Jul Aug 7 - Aug 24 Jul 30 - Aug 21 Oct 29 Sep 7 Sep 3 Delaware:, by Barley, Fall Potatoes Sep Apr 5 8 Oct 8 Oct 9 - Oct 27 Apr 30-6 Apr Apr 28 May 30 - Jun Nov 8 May 28 May 28 1 Nov 21 0 Aug 11 3 Jul 4 Jun Jun Jul 23 - Aug 23 Oct 22 - Nov 14 Jun 26 - Jul 8 Jul 3 Nov 5 Nov 19 Nov 8 5 Nov 25 7

35 Florida:, by Cotton Peanuts Potatoes Sugarcane Tobacco, Type Mar 1 Mar 1 5 Mar 1 5 Mar 15 - Mar Mar Feb 15 Mar 1 - Nov Mar 1 Feb Jan 15 Nov 1 Aug 1 - Sept Jul 20 - Nov Feb Nov 15 Nov 15 - Mar 1 - Aug 1 - May 31 Nov 20 Nov 15 Nov 25 5 Georgia:, by Cotton Oats, Fall Peanuts Potatoes, Sweet Rye Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Tobacco, Type , Mar 1 Mar 1 Apr 20 Mar 20 Mar 20 - Mar Nov Apr 30 - Apr Nov 15 - Dec Dec Jul Nov 15 - Jul Nov Nov 1 - Nov Nov 1 Nov 20 Nov 25 5 Jun 30 Hawaii:, by Sugarcane 46 1/ 1/ Hawaii sugarcane is a two year crop with both planting and harvesting taking place on a year round basis. There is normally a lull in harvesting operations during December when mills shut down for cleaning and repairs.

36 Idaho:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes Sugarbeets Wheat, Spring , Mar 24 2 Apr 21 Apr 21 Mar 31 4 Mar 24 Mar 21 Sep 8 Apr 7 - May 26 - Jun 9 - May 26 - May Apr 28-9 Apr 3 - Apr 21 Apr 7 - May 3 Sep 22-3 May 26 Jun 23 Jun 9 Jun 9 Jun 2 Jun 9 May 26 Nov 3 Jul 28 Aug 18 Sep 29 May 22 Jul 21 5 Aug 4 Jul 23 Aug 11 - Sep 8 Sep 8 - Oct Oct 6 Aug 11 - Sep 8 Sep 22-3 Oct 8 - Aug 13 - Sep 8 Aug 4 - Sep 29 Nov 24 Oct 27 0 Sep 29 Oct 27 Sep 29 4 Illinois:, by Oats, Spring Sorghum, for Grain 10, ,850 1,100 Apr 22 Mar 25 May 6 Sep 29 Apr 30-8 Apr 8 - Apr 23 Jun 2 - Jun 21 - Jun Oct 29 May 28 May 8 Jun 30 6 Nov 6 Sep Sep 27 Sep 23 Jun 22 Oct 9 - Nov 3 Jul 24 - Aug Nov 3-9 Jun 30 - Jul 8 Nov 19 5 Aug 11 Nov 17 Nov 3 Jul 20 Indiana:, by Oats, Spring Rye Tobacco, Type 31 5, , Apr May Oct Nov Aug 5 Jun 30 - Jul 20 - Oct 25 - Jun 30 - Jul 20 0 Nov 5 0

37 Iowa:, by Oats, Spring 12, , , Apr 22 Apr 22 Mar 24 May 4 Sep 6 May 2-6 May 2-6 Apr 4 - Apr Jun 2 Sep 26-5 Jun 3 Jun May 26 Jul 3 Sep 21 Jun 24 Oct 7 - Oct Jul 29-5 Jul 6 - Jul 22 Nov 17 Sep 27 Aug 9 Oct 27 Aug 7 Kansas:, by Barley, Fall Barley, Spring 1/ Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Rye Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Sunflowers , , , , ,800 5 Mar 1 0 Feb Mar Mar / All acreage estimate published under Fall category. Nov Oct Aug Nov Oct Nov 30 5 Nov 15 Oct 25

38 Kentucky:, by Barley, Fall Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Tobacco, Type 22 Tobacco, Type 23 Tobacco, Type 31 Tobacco, Type 35 Tobacco, Type , , , Apr Sep 23-5 Apr May Jun 8 - Jun 8 May 23 - Jun 8 - Jun 8 - Jun 8 Oct 9 - Nov 2 Jun 8 Jun 30 5 Nov 20 Sep 8 Aug 5 Aug 5 Aug 8 Aug 5 Aug Sep Aug Aug 18-0 Aug 18-0 Aug 21-5 Aug 18-0 Aug Nov Nov 15 5 Nov 18 0 Louisiana:, by Cotton Potatoes, Sweet Rice Sorghum, for Grain Sugarcane , Mar 10 Mar 10 7 Mar 20 Mar 31 Oct 8 Mar 19 - Apr 4 Mar 19 - Apr 4 Apr 26-6 May 28 - Apr 3 - May 2 Apr 20 - May Sep 27 - Nov 21 Apr 28 Apr 28 Jun 2 4 Jun 2 Jun Jul Apr 26 Aug 4 Jul 22 Aug Aug 13 - Jul 20 - Sep 28 - Sep 6 - Oct 6 Aug 8 - Sep 6-9 Oct 4 - Oct 31 Oct 28 - Nov 24 May 22 - Jun 9 6 Nov 13 Oct 22 Nov 24 Oct 8 0 Nov 20 6 Jun 23 Maine:, by Oats, Spring Potatoes May 7 May May May 29 5 Jun 9 0 Sep 6 May 30 Sep 7 Sep 22-3 Aug 23-5 Sep 21 - Oct 7 Oct

39 Maryland:, by Barley, Fall Potatoes Rye Tobacco, Type Apr 20 Apr 20 Apr May 9 - Oct 21 Apr 30 - Apr Apr 28 Oct 3 - Nov 1 May 28 - Jun 26 - Jun Nov 6 Nov 7 Jun 7 Jun 7 Nov 17 6 Jun 24 Nov 19 2 Sep 9 Aug Aug 7 Jun Jun 28 Sep 22 - Oct 22 Sep 9 - Jul 20 - Aug Nov 15 Aug 21-4 Jun 28-2 Jul 8 Nov 17 4 Nov 30 Nov 19 Aug 28 Sep 26 Jul 20 Massachusetts:, by Tobacco, Type 51 Tobacco, Type 61 Potatoes May 23 4 Apr May 31 - May 21 5 Jun 26 Jun 7 Sep 3 Jul 30 7 Aug Aug 7 - Aug 24 Jul 30 - Aug 21 - Sep 29 Oct 29 Sep 7 Sep 3 9 Michigan:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes Sugarbeets , , May 29 Apr 24 May May 8 Jun May 21 - May 21 - May 8 May 7 - May Jun 3 Apr 30 - May 4-5 May 21 Jun 28 May 31 May 31 May 21 Jun Oct 29 Jul 26 Sep 6 Oct 3 Sep 4 May 31 Jul 26 Jul 23 Oct 6 4 Aug 3 - Aug 19 Sep 23 - Oct 9 Oct 23 - Nov Oct Aug 3 - Aug 19 Aug 24 - Oct Oct Oct 29 Jul 20 - Jul 20 Aug 31 Oct 24 Dec 3 4 Aug 31 Oct 23 Nov 7 Nov 5 Aug 4

40 Minnesota:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes Rye Sugarbeets Wheat, Durum Wheat, Spring , , , , May 9 Apr 24 Apr 24 0 Aug 23 May 6 Apr Aug 21 Apr 26 - May Jun 7 May 3 - May 22 May 3 - May 22-4 May 8 - May 31 Sep 2 - Sep Jun 3 Apr 30 - Apr 27 - Apr 24 - Sep 3 - Sep 26 6 Jun 8 Jun 8 May 26 4 Oct 9 Jun 23 May 30 Jun 3 May 28 Oct 7 Jul 26 Sep 29 May 31 Jul 24 Aug Jul 31 Jul 31 8 Aug 8 - Sep 7 Sep Nov Aug 1 - Aug Jul 28 - Oct 4 - Oct 21 Oct 3-8 Aug 12-6 Aug 12 - Sep 9 Aug 1 - Aug 21 Sep 24 9 Nov 28 Oct 21 Aug 30 0 Oct 21 Aug 29 Oct 28 Mississippi:, by Cotton Potatoes, Sweet Rice Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage , , Mar 27 Mar 27 4 Apr 21 Apr 2 Apr 2 Apr 2 0 Sep 24 Mar 31 - Apr 28 Mar 31 - Apr 28 Apr 28 - May Jun 23 Apr 23 - May May May 28 - Oct 8 - Nov Jun 9 Jul 7 Jun 9 Jun 23 Jun 23 0 Aug 12 Jul 21 5 Aug 12 Aug 18 Aug 4 May 28 - Oct 6 Jul 28 - Oct 6 - Nov Oct 6 Aug 18 - Oct 6 Aug Jun 6 - Jun 23 Oct 22 Sep 22 Nov 17 Oct 27 Oct 6 Dec 3 Jul 7

41 Missouri:, by Cotton Oats, Spring Potatoes Rice Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Tobacco, Type 31 2, , , ,250 Apr 5 0 Mar 1 Mar 1 Apr 20 - Apr Mar 15 - Apr 20 Mar 5 - Mar May Nov Apr 30 Apr Nov Oct Nov Aug 1 Nov 1 Nov 25 0 Nov 25 Jul 20 Montana:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes Sugarbeets Wheat, Durum Wheat, Spring 1, , ,100 1,980 Apr Apr 27 Apr 9 Apr 8 Apr 8 Sep 7 Apr May Apr May 6 Apr 22-3 Apr Oct 6 1 Jun 8 Jun 8 Jun May 29 May 29 Oct 23 Aug 4 Aug 28 5 Aug Aug 6 7 Sep 24 Aug 7 Aug 7 Jul 28 - Sep Sep Sep 29 Aug 16 - Sep 6 Sep 27-5 Oct 9 - Aug 16 - Sep 6 Aug 16 - Sep 6 Aug 6 - Aug 23 Sep 28 Oct Sep 24 Sep 26 Oct 28 Nov 2 Sep 27 Sep 27 Sep 8

42 Nebraska:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Rye Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Sugarbeets , ,400 1, , , ,100 Mar 20 May 26 Apr 21 Apr 21 Mar 24 Aug May 9 Aug 30 Mar 25-0 Jun 9-6 May 3-9 May 3-9 Apr 2 -Apr Sep 26 - Jun 8 - Jun Jun Apr Sep 26 8 Jun 23 June 1 May 9 Oct Oct 6 8 Sep 8 Sep 21 Jul 4 Jun Jun 26 Jul Sep Nov Aug Jul 30 Oct Jul 7 - Jul 26 Jul Aug 12 Aug 8 Nov 17 0 Oct 27 Nov 5 Aug 8 Nevada:, by Alfalfa Seed Barley, Fall 1/ Barley, Spring Wheat, Spring Apr 5 Apr 5 1/ All acreage estimate published under Fall category Jul 20 5 Jul Aug 1 - Jul New Hampshire:, by May Sep 6 Sep 22-3 Oct 26 Oct 25

43 New Jersey:, by Barley, Fall Potatoes, Sweet Potatoes Rye May 7 4 Mar 14 May May 28 - Jun May 31 Apr 21 - May Nov Nov 14 Oct 21 Jun 28 Jun 30 May 31 May 30 Nov 14 4 Nov 14 Jun 7 Sep 7 4 Jun 7 4 Jun 21 Jul 7 Jun Sep 21 - Sep 28 - Nov 1 - Aug 30 Jul 21 - Aug 1 Oct 21 - Jul 28 - Aug 1 4 Nov 28 Nov Nov 14 5 Aug 7 Nov 30 Aug 14 New Mexico:, by Beans, Dry Cotton Peanuts Potatoes, Fall Potatoes, Summer Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Sugarbeets Apr 20 Mar 5 Mar 25 - Apr 20 - Apr 20 - Apr Mar 10 - Mar Apr Sep Oct 25 - Nov Aug 1 - Aug 30 - Nov Nov 20 Nov 1 Dec Nov 1 5 New York:, by Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes, Fall Rye Mar Jun Apr Oct 25 Nov 1 0 Aug Nov Aug Jul 20 - Jul Nov Nov 5 Jul 20 Aug 5

44 North Carolina:, by Barley, Fall Cotton Oats, Fall Peanuts Potatoes Potatoes, Sweet Rye Sorghum, for Grain Tobacco, Type 11 Tobacco, Type 12 Tobacco, Type 13 Tobacco, Type , Apr 21 5 Apr 28 Mar 4 Apr Nov 24 May 8 - May 28 Mar 10 - Apr Oct 7 - Nov Jun 30 May 7 - Apr 30-2 Apr Jun Nov 20 Jun 8 0 Jun 2 Apr 28 4 Dec Jun 2 May 31 Jun 30 Dec 20 Aug 1 Sep 27 Apr 30 Apr 30 May 28 Sep 24 Jun 9 May 28 Aug Aug 18 May 29 Jun 9 - Jun Oct 7 Aug 18 - Oct 7 - Nov 15 Jun 9 - Jul 3 Oct 8 - Oct 29 Jun 23-4 Sep 24 - Nov 4 - Jul 7 - Oct 22 Nov 12 - Dec 3 Aug 1 - Jul 30 - Aug 30 Jul 21 - Aug 21 - Sep 22 Jun 9 - Jun 30 Nov 7 5 Nov 17 Nov 17 Jul 20 Nov 14 Aug 7 Nov 20 Jul 28 Nov 26 Dec North Dakota:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Flaxseed Oats, Spring Potatoes Rye Sugarbeets Sunflowers Wheat, Durum Wheat, Spring 2, ,700 1, ,165 2,940 9, Apr 21 May 3 May 3 May 8 Apr 22 Sep 7 2 Apr 22 Apr 26 9 Sep 7 May 2 - May May May May 31 May May Sep May 29 Apr 29 - May 23 - Jun 4 May 7 - May Sep 21 May 26 Jun 8 0 May 28 Jun May 31 May 27 Jul 30 Sep 2 Sep 29 Aug Aug 2 Aug Aug 9 Aug 4 0 Aug 8 - Aug Oct Sep 28 Sep 8 - Sep 27 Aug 11 - Aug Jul 24 Sep Oct 24 Aug 21 - Sep 9 Aug Jul 24 Sep 6 5 Nov Sep 6 Aug Aug 1 Oct 22 Nov 7 Sep 22 4 Aug 1

45 Ohio:, by Oats, Spring Potatoes Rye Sugarbeets Tobacco, Type 31 2, , ,300 Apr 22 Apr 22 Apr Sep 24 - May 30 - May 30 - Apr 30 - May Jun 7 Apr 20 - Jun 7 - Jun 21 - Oct May 24 Jun 4 Jun 23 May 30 Nov 2 May 23 6 Jul 30 Sep 21 Aug Nov Jul 26 - Aug 12 Aug Oct Jul 28 Nov 25 Oct 4 Aug 22 Oct 25 Jul 20 Nov 20 Aug 4 Oklahoma:, by Barley, Fall Cotton Oats, Fall Peanuts Rye Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage , ,900 2 Mar 25 Mar 25 May 6 2 May 7 Apr 30 Apr 30 Apr 20 Sep 3 Oct 3 - Oct May May Nov May Jun 22 Sep 22-2 Nov 21 Jun 29 Nov 30 Jun 29 5 Jul 9 Nov 2 Jun 6 1 Apr 23 Apr 23 Jun 6 Sep 29 0 Sep 21 Aug Jun 30 Sep 8 - Sep 8 - Nov 4 - Nov Jul Nov Oct 23 - Nov 17 Aug Nov Nov 28 5 Dec 6 5 Dec 9

46 Oregon:, by Barley, All Oats, All Potatoes Sugarbeets Wheat, Spring Apr 20 5 Mar 15 Mar 15 Mar 1 5 Mar Mar Mar 22 - Mar 30 Mar Mar Aug 1 5 Aug 5 - Nov 1 - Nov Jul 30-5 Nov 15 5 Pennsylvania:, by Barley, Fall Oats, Spring Potatoes Rye Tobacco, Type 32 Tobacco, Type , , Apr 30 Apr 30 0 Aug 30 Aug Apr May 30-5 May Oct 25 5 Jun 30 0 Aug 30 May 30 Jul 20 - Jul Nov Jul Jul 30 0 Nov 5 Nov 15 Aug 30 Nov 30 Rhode Island:, by Potatoes Apr May 7 - May 23 5 Sep 3 Aug Aug 28 - Oct 29 5

47 South Carolina:, by Barley, Fall Cotton Oats, Fall Peanuts Potatoes, Sweet Rye Sorghum, for Grain Tobacco, Type Oct 7 Mar 10 Apr 24 Sep 23 Apr 20 1 Sep 23 Apr Nov 20 Mar 20 - Apr Nov Nov 20 - Jun 30 May 27 - Jun 27 Apr 9 - Apr 30 Nov Dec 31 Sep 23 Sep 8 May 23 Jul 28 Jun 30 May 26 - Jun Nov 13 Jun 3 - Oct 2 - Nov 1 - Nov 6 Jun 8 - Jun 28 Sep 3 - Nov Aug 26 Jun Dec 5 Nov 13 Jul 3 Dec 8 0 Dec 7 Dec 30 South Dakota:, by Barley, Spring Oats, Spring Rye Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Wheat, Spring 145 3, ,500 1, ,670 2,250 1,580 Apr 6 Apr 4 Aug Apr May 9 - May May 4 Sep 9 - Sep 24 May 26-4 May Jun May Sep May 21 Oct 7 Jul 2 Jul 2 Jun 26 7 Oct 7 2 Sep 24 Sep Jul 9 Sep 22 Sep 2 Sep 21 5 Jul 6 Jul 23 - Aug Nov Aug 19 Jun 29 - Aug 18 Jul 21 - Aug 7 Jul 20 - Aug 4 Oct 6 - Oct Oct 23 Jul 27 - Aug Jul 31 Nov 30 Oct 26 Nov 16 Oct 26 Nov 5 Aug 30 Aug 12

48 Tennessee:, by Cotton Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Tobacco, Type 22 Tobacco, Type 23 Tobacco, Type 31 Tobacco, Type , , Apr May Nov 30 Aug Nov Nov Jun 30 0 Nov 25 Nov 1 5 Dec 5 0 Texas:, by Barley, Fall Cotton Oats, Fall Peanuts Rice Rye Sorghum, for Grain Sorghum, for Silage Sugarbeets Sugarcane 11 1, , , , ,900 0 Feb 28 Feb 28 Mar 10 0 May 7 Mar 22 Mar 3 Mar 3 6 Mar 27 Aug 31 - Nov 15 Mar 20 - Apr 29 Mar 20 - Apr 29 - Jun 6 Sep 29 - Nov 14 May 29 - Jun 31 Apr 5 - May 4 - Mar 22 - May 23 Mar 22 - May 23 May 3-4 Apr Oct 21 Jun 30 Dec 21 8 May 26 Nov 15 6 May 7 Dec Sep 7 Jul 22 Aug 13 Oct Aug 6 - Sep 24 Jul Dec Nov Nov 1 Oct 21 - Nov 1 - Mar Jun 30 Nov 1 5 Dec 28 Dec 20 5 Nov 26 Nov 7 Dec 3 Dec 24 Jul 7

49 Utah:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Potatoes Wheat, Spring Mar 20 Mar 20 Mar 20 - Apr 20 - Apr Apr Aug Oct 25 Vermont:, by May Sep 6 May 30 Sep 22-3 Oct 23 Virginia:, by Barley, Fall Cotton Peanuts Rye Tobacco, Type 11 Tobacco, Type 21 Tobacco, Type 31 Tobacco, Type , Apr 5 Apr 5 0 Apr 20 Apr 30 Apr 30 - Apr 20 - Apr 20 - Apr Nov 20 - Jun May May 30 - Nov 15 Nov 25 0 Nov 30 0 May Nov 30 May 30 Aug Aug Oct 25 Aug 30 - Oct 25 - Nov 25 - Oct Oct 25 - Nov Nov 20 0 Nov 5 0 0

50 Washington:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Peas, Dry Edible Potatoes Sugarbeets Wheat, Spring ,350 Mar 1 Mar 5 Mar 15 Mar 5 Mar 1 - Apr Mar Mar 22 - Mar 30 Mar Apr 20 Mar Jul 20 5 Aug 1 - Aug Nov Aug 1 - Aug 30 Aug 1 - Aug Aug 5 - Aug 30-5 Oct 25 Oct Nov 5 5 West Virginia:, by Oats, Spring Tobacco, Type Nov Nov Oct 25 - Jul Aug 1 Nov Wisconsin:, by Barley, Spring Oats, Spring Potatoes Rye Tobacco, Type 54 Tobacco, Type 55 Wheat, Spring 75 3, , Apr 5 Mar 25 Apr Apr Jun 30 - Jun Jun Jul 20 Jul Nov 15-5 Jul Aug Nov Aug Nov 30 Nov 1 0

51 Wyoming:, by Barley, Spring Beans, Dry Oats, Spring Sugarbeets Wheat, Spring Mar 15 May 8 Apr 22 Apr 22 Mar 28 Apr 3 Mar 27 Aug 23 Mar 28 - Apr 28 May 27-1 May 3 - May 21 May 3 - May Apr Sep 4 - May Jun 3 Oct 2 Jul 29 Aug 31 Sep 24 Sep Jul 29 Sep 21 Aug 1 3 Aug 8 - Aug Oct Nov Sep 29-0 Oct 8 - Oct 24 Aug 12 - Sep 8 Jul 24 - Aug 12 Sep 21 5 Dec 5 1 Sep 2 Sep 26 Nov 2 Sep 3

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