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Dayboro leo Forecast for july 2024

Temperature

Traditionally the coldest month, with historical averages indicating around 14.1°C. We could expect some of the chilliest days of the year, particularly in the early mornings and evenings.

Warming up to just above average, ignited by the Leo Sun.

Rainfall

Dry conditions are typical, with low rainfall. Any precipitation would likely be sparse, but there may be increased likelihood of morning frosts or fog.Slightly below average, with the dryness of Leo reigning.
Possible Rain Days: 3rd, 7th, 12th (Last Quarter Moon), 15th, 19th, 23rd (New Moon).

Wind

Calm winds are common during this time, contributing to cooler days and colder nights.

Astrological and Solar Influences

The winter period could be influenced by the conjunction of Mars and Saturn, potentially leading to a drier and more stable climate, but with the possibility of sudden cold fronts.

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 July 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 July 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 July 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 July 2024

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

Dayboro planting advice

Some crops to plant in this month are. 

ArtichokesCressBroccoliSquash (Summer)
BeetsDillBrussels SproutsSquash (Winter)
CeleryFennelCabbageTomato
CucumberKaleCauliflowerBeetroot
PeppersLettuceKohlrabiCarrots
ZucchiniMintTurnipsGarlic
SilverbeetMustard GreensBeans (Bush)Ginger
ArugulaParsleyBeans (Pole)Onions
BasilRadishCapsicum (Bell Peppers)Potatoes (White)
Bok ChoyRocketChilli PeppersShallots
Chinese CabbageSpinachEggplantEdamame
Collard GreensSwiss ChardPeasJerusalem Artichokes
Coriander (Cilantro)WatercressPumpkinSunflower Seeds

Farming advice for dayboro

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Farm Animals:

  • Risk of ticks remains low. Monitor for activity
  • Minimal buffalo fly activity. Maintain vigilance for any resurgence with warmer weather.
  • No significant risk of 3-Day Sickness. Continue regular dung testing and targeted worming programs.
  • Monitor animals during hot days

Crops:

  • Few major pest concerns. Monitor for occasional whiteflies or slugs.
  • Low risk of most fungal diseases
  • Maintain good gardening practices.

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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