Days to maturity question
Howdy. Haven't posted in a while. Finally got some land in OK! (40 acres, sandy loam, not far NE of Durant). Anyhow, was reading some old posts on starting seeds and came across the following comment regarding "days to maturity" (by Dawn I think):
"I don't plant so much by the calendar but rather by soil and air temperatures . . . I'm always aware what sorts of days-to-maturity my various edible crops have, and I know about which week of the year we generally get too hot for those crops to perform well . . ."
It's been vexing to try to anticipate time windows, and when I read that post I realized how great it would be to at least have a general idea of when it gets too hot for the various veggies to perform. Perhaps the issue is too bound to specific varieties to answer, or perhaps requires too much work, but if not, When generally does it get too hot? I'll be trying to grow most of the standard vegetables you guys post in your Grow-Lists.