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Dayboro Virgo Forecast for August 2024

Temperature

A slight warming trend might begin as winter wanes, with averages around 15.2°C. However, significant variations between day and night temperatures could occur.

Averaging normal, with Virgo’s meticulousness ensuring no extremes.

Rainfall

Typically one of the drier months, but there might be an occasional increase in rainfall towards the end of the month as the season transitions. Above average, as Virgo’s earthiness nurtures the heavens into generosity
Possible Rain Days: 1st, 5th, 9th, 13th, 17th (First Quarter Moon), 21st, 24th, 28th, 31st (Full Moon).

Wind

Wind patterns may start to shift, with an increase in wind speed indicating the approach of spring.

Astrological and Solar Influences

As the Sun starts its journey into the sign of Virgo, a modest warming trend might be anticipated, along with the possibility of early spring weather patterns beginning to emerge.

Note:
These predictions are based on long-term historical patterns and lunar phases. For more accurate information, consult up-to-date meteorological forecasts.

What you will find on Dayboro.au

Moon Phases

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The new moon

No data found for August 2024

This is the best time to plant leafy annuals, such as lettuce, spinach, cabbage, and kale.

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The first quarter

No data found for August 2024

This is the best time to plant fruiting annuals, such as tomatoes, capsicums, beans, and peas.

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The full moon

No data found for August 2024

This is the best time to plant root crops, such as carrots, potatoes, onions, and garlic.

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The last quarter 

No data found for August 2024

This is the best time to prune, weed, fertilize, and harvest.

Dayboro planting advice

Some crops to plant in this month are. 

BeetsCressKohlrabiCarrots
CeleryDillTurnipsGarlic
CucumberFennelBeans (Bush)Ginger
PeppersKaleBeans (Pole)Onions
ZucchiniLettuceCapsicum (Bell Peppers)Potatoes (Sweet)
SilverbeetMintChilli PeppersPotatoes (White)
WatermeleonMustard GreensEggplantShallots
LuffaParsleyOkraCorn
ArugulaRadishPumpkinEdamame
BasilRocketSquash (Summer)Jerusalem Artichokes
Bok ChoySpinachSquash (Winter)Sunflower Seeds
Chinese CabbageSwiss ChardSweet Potato
Collard GreensWatercressTomato
Coriander (Cilantro)CabbageBeetroot

Farming advice for dayboro

With a wink and smile!

Farm Animals:

  • Risk of paralysis ticks increases with rising temperatures. Monitor animals closely and implement tick control measures.
  • Buffalo fly activity starts to pick up. Implement preventative measures like ear tags
  • Increased risk of 3-Day Sickness with warmer temperatures and rainfall. Be prepared for vaccination and early intervention.
  • Continue regular dung testing and targeted worming programs.
  • Monitor animals closely during hot days

Crops:

  • Pests: Fruit flies
  • Fungus: Powdery mildew

The following pests can impact your crops:

  • Aphids
  • Caterpillars
  • Slugs
  • Snails
  • Flea beetles
  • Cabbage worms
  • Root maggots
  • Fruit flies
  • Spider mites
  • Pumpkin beetles
  • Squash bugs
  • Vine borers
  • Birds
  • Soybean looper caterpillars
  • Aphids
  • Thrips

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