Peanut Response to Planting Date Peanut Notes No. 90 2022

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I had a question about planting in late May and early June. Here is my response and a link to a data set that shows yield when peanut are planted from early May through late June.

From a planting date standpoint it simply depends on the fall. But, the data I have attached here I think is pretty representative of what can happen. There is only a minor drop in yield when you compare late May to mid-May (in this data set it was about 350 pounds.)  I have seen early May yield less than mid-May. So mid-May is the sweet spot. The drop from late May to June 15 was about 600 pounds per acre. When compared with mid-May, yield was 1,000 pounds lower for mid-June. Knowing every year is different, if they can get them in this week they will be in good shape. If it moves to late next week, approaching the June 15 yields, the decision becomes difficult.

Soybeans become an attractive alternative after June 10.

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