Start seedbeds. Good days for transplanting. Plant carrots, beets, onions, turnips, Irish potatoes, and other root crops in the South.
2nd - 3rd
Do no planting.
4th - 6th
First day is good planting day for root crops where climate permits. Last two days are good for planting aboveground crops such as sweet corn, beans, and peppers in southern Florida, Texas, and California.
7th - 8th
A good time to kill plant pests or do plowing. Poor for planting.
9th - 11th
Extra good for peppers, tomatoes, peas, and other vine crops. Fine for planting any aboveground crop where the climate permits.
12th - 13th
Barren days, do no planting.
14th - 15th
Fine for planting beans, peppers, cucumbers, melons, and other aboveground crops where climate is suitable.
16th - 17th
Poor days for planting, seeds tend to rot in ground.
18th - 19th
Plant seedbeds and flower gardens. Best planting days for aboveground crops, especially peas, beans, cucumbers, and squash where climate is suitable.
20th - 23rd
A barren time. Best for killing weeds, briars, poison ivy, and other plant pests. Clear wood lots and fencerows.
24th - 26th
A favorable time for sowing grains, hay, and forage crops. Plant flowers. Favorable days for planting root crops.
27th - 28th
Start seedbeds. Good days for transplanting. Plant carrots, turnips, onions, beets, Irish potatoes, other root crops in the South. Also good for leafy vegetables.
29th - 30th
Do no planting.
Good planting day for root crops where climate permits.
Almanac data provided courtesy of the Farmers' Almanac.