To early?

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  1. TKP030

    TKP030 Weekend Warrior

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    Just put in 2 acres of a mix of beets, radishes, turnips and brassicas yesterday. I’m hoping it’s not to early, I usually try to shoot for late July. However with the second kid due in 10 days I figured it will be tough to get the two hours to our farm to get it in before season starts. Located in northern ND for reference.


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  2. copperhead

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    You will be fine, especially in your northern location. Worst case scenario you just overseed with oats and winter rye.
     
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    I was hoping the 3-4 weeks early wouldnt be to much of a difference. the first frost can hit anytime after sept.
     
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    There should be no problem with that. With the lack of rain we've had I almost planted ours this past weekend.
     

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