It is not too early to start thinking about spring and field operations, even though the cold and snowy weather appears not to fade away. It is a good time now to direct our thinking by focusing on next spring and the promise of enjoying being outside and shake up the winter hold on us. Having said that, the decision to conduct any field operation whether tillage, applying anhydrous, etc, needs to be pursued carefully giving the potential for very wet conditions with amount of snow we have this winter.
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Al-Kaisi, Mahdi and Hanna, H. Mark, "How Soon Should I Start Field Operations?" (2008). Integrated Crop Management News. 961.
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