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Posted 9/24/2022 07:23 (#9858731 - in reply to #9858654)
Subject: RE: Frost

Ludington/Manistee MI area

mikado - 9/24/2022 07:30
Birddy - 9/23/2022 21:40

It is fall, why do you Michigan guys think frost is so unusual.  Are you dimwitted or what.  Much more is coming.

Be sure to report on each event......

I don’t think anyone from MI is shocked….just making an observation and just wishing for good weather for harvest.

My birthday is the 29th it’s not uncommon for a frost scare  real close to it.    

At least close to the home farm it didn’t do significant damage wife noticed it nipped her peppers a bit.   My beans are far enough along a frost wouldn’t help them but damage would be negligible.   The fact we haven’t had a good rain in 6 weeks did more damage.   We have a fair block of corn that was planted some late because it was being tiled that could use some more nice weather.   I got 20 acres further inland that I’m a little concerned about I haven’t looked at it recently it probably burned up already anyway it’s on sand ground.  

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