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Astrodude1789

Planting Season

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I'm in mid-February, waiting for spring. I've just tilled a new plot of land and I'm waiting for spring. My z-latitude is around -14100, and I'm wondering when planting season will come. I'm wondering if Early Spring will still have a risk of frost (I'm planting mainly barley and wheat). What do you folks think?

I've attached a picture of my farm for anyone interested.

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-14000 is quite far north so it likely won't be safe to plant until atleast Spring if not late spring. 

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Your best bet is to check the temperature in the middle of the night. Once it's above freezing around midnight, you shouldn't have to worry about there being another frost. If you already have a bed and are planning on sleeping through every night, just wait until it's always above freezing right at sunset.

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