When it comes to knowing the weather, it can be very tricky.
We all know, it rains when we don't want it to,
For example: Say we raked hay and wanted to bale tomorrow, the likelihood of it raining would be 100%
Now, I know it doesn't always happen that way but we tend to think that's the way it goes especially on the farm.
Just like right now, we really could use the rain, for our crops that are still growing.
For example: At Lively H, we are wanting rain for the double crop beans, grass for our livestock, water supply, and the forage (sorghum sudangrass) that we were growing to cut for hay. Those are just a few:)
And guess what we aren't getting RAIN, unfortunately , we haven't had a good rain since AUGUST
So I thought maybe if we talked weather, maybe we would bring a nice shower in, just kidding but really...
This summer I started to use AccuWeather, more! But still not a 100% set on it as my trusty weather guide, so here I am relying on you...
When it comes to knowing the weather...
What is your favorite weather app?
What weather app do you trust the most when it comes to planning the week on the farm?
This photo was taking this summer while we were trying to flag off a plot, and a storm was rolling in
Hey, it's me again Catlin. Just wanted to give you a little more detail about what my plan is for " A Growers Granddaughters" blog. My intention is to keep you up to date on my life adventures in agriculture such as research projects, a little gardening, and my grandads farm,Lively H, which inspired me to pursue a career in agriculture. This blog is not only for you to read but also see all the behind the scenes on the farm, and educate you more on agriculture topics. If you have any questions, please comment, or email me, If there is a topic in agriculture you are unsure about, shoot me and email.