Another busy week around here! Our crew has finished up in Nebraska and is on the move to South Dakota. This must have been God’s intended plan all along, yet we still feel like we are in control. We are blessed with an amazing crew this year. We have managed to stay home most of the summer while the crew has harvested without any glitches. Some of our crops needed to be re-sprayed but the task is now complete. We will be heading south just in time for the 100°F+ temps! Here are some of this weeks captures….
The boys and Chevy took a walk through our flax field as it was starting to bloom. I’m so happy to be home for the bloom! It is so pretty in the morning.
Mick was out spraying beans at the end of the day. It stays light here until close to 11 pm. I believe this was around 10:30.
We took a quick flight at the end of the day to check some fields. It has been very hazy lately. This is an aerial of Hannah, ND.
We checked our sweet corn to see how it was coming along. We grew 3 varieties in a patch by our yard. It could use a little rain this week. The temps are forecast to be 90°+F next week.
Brett and I went for a ride to watch the sunset. I think the temp was down to 45°F! I thought it would be one of those sunsets that the entire sky would turn pink and purple the way the clouds were looking, but this was it.
Our flax was sprayed with fungicide today. Fungicide can help with diseases and other ailments that lead to reduced yield, defoliation and premature ripening. It was a perfect day for spraying! It is so amazing to watch these guys in action.
Another aerial sunset from the week.
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