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Posted 11 August 2010 - 12:28 PM
Like rob_cook2001 here most of the time, always get three, 4 if we can get started in May. Start time usually is usually decided by how well planting went with the row crops. A lot on that last cutting also depends on the weather in September, if it's taking a week to get a field dried and requires a lot of mechanical manipulation to get it dry, then the chances of getting a fourth off of all of it is drastically reduced. Where I'm at, Purdue recommends not cutting any later than September 15th.
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