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06
Sep
2013
September brings hope for heat units and late cotton
Author: Arkansas Row Crops

Another week of mild weather aided in the accumulation of heat units throughout the state.  The seven day forecast also shows that temperatures should stay in the low to mid 90’s for highs, and low temperatures are predicted to stay in the upper 60 to lower 70 degree range.  Hopefully the warm weather will continue throughout the month of September and help the later fields to fully mature.

The following are the amount of heat units that have accumulated up to September 5th.

Northeast Arkansas
Date of Cut-Out (NAWF-5) Heat Unit Accumulation
8/1/2013 614
8/2/2013 596.5
8/3/2013 581
8/4/2013 562.5
8/5/2013 545.5
8/6/2013 531.5
8/7/2013 516
8/8/2013 497.5
8/9/2013 476.5
8/10/2013 459
8/11/2013 445
8/12/2013 427
8/13/2013 407
8/14/2013 390.5
8/15/2013 380
8/16/2013 372.5
8/17/2013 364.5
8/18/2013 353.5
8/19/2013 341
8/20/2013 327

 

Central Arkansas
Date of Cut-Out (NAWF-5) Heat Unit Accumulation
8/1/2013 713.5
8/2/2013 694
8/3/2013 675.5
8/4/2013 654
8/5/2013 633.5
8/6/2013 612.5
8/7/2013 589.5
8/8/2013 565.5
8/9/2013 540.5
8/10/2013 518.5
8/11/2013 498
8/12/2013 475
8/13/2013 452.5
8/14/2013 436
8/15/2013 422.5
8/16/2013 414
8/17/2013 405.5
8/18/2013 389.5
8/19/2013 376
8/20/2013 360

 

South Arkansas
Date of Cut-Out (NAWF-5) Heat Unit Accumulation
8/1/2013 736
8/2/2013 714
8/3/2013 693.5
8/4/2013 656
8/5/2013 650
8/6/2013 625
8/7/2013 599
8/8/2013 573
8/9/2013 547
8/10/2013 523
8/11/2013 500.5
8/12/2013 475.5
8/13/2013 450.5
8/14/2013 432.5
8/15/2013 417.5
8/16/2013 408.5
8/17/2013 402.5
8/18/2013 389.5
8/19/2013 376.5
8/20/2013 361.5

 


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