4 edition of Usual planting and harvesting dates for U.S. field crops found in the catalog.
Usual planting and harvesting dates for U.S. field crops
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Series||Agriculture handbook -- no. 628, Agriculture handbook (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 628|
|Contributions||United States. National Agricultural Statistics Service|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||51|
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Usual planting and harvesting dates for U.S. field crops (SuDoc A /)Author: U.S. Dept of Agriculture. U.S. Field Crops 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 major crops. In addition, dot maps show major areas of production and isomaps show periods of planting and harvesting for specific crops.
The information was. Harvesting Dates for U.S. Field Crops December National Agricultural Statistics Usual Planting Dates Usual Harvesting Dates Begin Most Active End Begin Most Active End AZ CA 1/ DE KS 2/ KY MD NV 1/ NJ NC OK PA SC TX VA 54 23 11 20 49 3 20 3 75 4 11 75 Nov 10 Sep 15 Sep 27 Sep 15 Sep 25 Usual Planting and Harvesting Dates.
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Harvesting Dates in Principal Producing Areas," Agriculture HandbookJunereplace "Usual Planting and Harvest Time for Major Field Crops and Commercial Vegetables for Fresh Market, by States, " issued in March.
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USDA provides details on a wide range of information on crops including grains, oilseeds, fruits, vegetables, cotton, and tobacco. Main U.S. Crop Information. USDA assists farmers by providing information on the planting and harvesting dates for major field crops by state.
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