2024 Aquarius Dayboro Farmers Almanac
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Weather Forecast

Temperature

Likely to remain consistently high, with historical data suggesting averages around 24.5°C. Heatwaves could be more pronounced, given recent trends.

Slightly above the historic average. Expect warm days with balmy evenings.

Rainfall

Historically a wetter month, with potential for intense thunderstorms and high rainfall, particularly given the increased averages in recent years.Near to slightly below the average, with occasional showers.
Possible Rain Days: 2nd, 6th, 9th, 14th (New Moon), 17th, 21st, 25th, 29th.

Wind

January has shown variable wind speeds in the past, and if the trend of higher wind speeds continues, we might expect several gusty days

Astrological and Solar Influences

With Solar Cycle 25 approaching its maximum, solar activity could be heightened, possibly influencing atmospheric conditions and leading to more energetic weather patterns.

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

Moon Phases

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The new moon

No data found for January 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 January 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 January 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 January 2024

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

Dayboro planting advice

Some crops to plant in this month are. 

BeetsCoriander (Cilantro)WatercressBeetroot
CeleryCressCabbageCarrots
CucumberDillKohlrabiGarlic
PeppersFennelTurnipsGinger
ZucchiniKaleBeans (Bush)Onions
SilverbeetLettuceCapsicum (Bell Peppers)Potatoes (Sweet)
WatermeleonMintChilli PeppersShallots
LuffaMustard GreensEggplantCorn
ArugulaParsleyOkraJerusalem Artichokes
BasilRadishPumpkinGinger
Bok ChoyRocketSquash (Summer)Turmenic
Chinese CabbageSpinachSweet Potato
Collard GreensSwiss ChardTomato

Farming advice for dayboro

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Farm Animals:

  • High risk of paralysis ticks and bush ticks. Implement tick control measures for cattle
  • Buffalo flies: Activity starts to increase. Monitor for flystrike
  • Increased risk of 3-Day Sickness: Vaccinate cattle and buffalo
  • Continue regular dung testing and targeted worming programs.
  • Monitor animals closely during hot days

Crops:

  • Fruit flies
  • Powdery mildew

The following pests can impact your crops:

  • Aphids
  • Slugs
  • Snails
  • Caterpillars
  • Cutworms
  • Flea beetles
  • Cabbage worms
  • Root maggots
  • Fruit flies
  • Leafminers
  • Whiteflies

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