It doesn’t rain in a dry time.
Careful what you wish for.
I would be happy with something in between! Getting peas into moisture is becoming more difficult as each day passes. All the land has been pulled over to conserve moisture but the dry winds keep drawing it out.
It would be foolish to think they all the peas down will germinate on my patch, but a good proportion will.
The Serge is now all in and we have started on a large block of Oasis in Boston West.
Onto good news, the first Prelado is in flower with the Anubis hard in its heels. A pea crop in flower in April is unusual and indicates an early start around 10th June.
Now is the time for us to start to ensure all the equipment is fully serviced and the men get a break before the onslaught in June.
3360 acres in. Anticipated finish drilling date 14th May.