The farmer who went into the field too early suffered. It all started with pre-sowing treatment of the soil: if this was done before it finally dried out, it turned out to be lumpy.
However, after the rains that took place at the end of June, these seeds "woke up" and still belatedly rose. This creates several problems at once.
First, now such fields can not be treated with herbicides, so as not to burn new shoots. Those who have already applied Agrochemistry, the easier it is. And those who do not-their fields risk being clogged.
Secondly, it promises uneven maturation of fields in the fall – the delay in maturation will be up to two weeks. Apparently, farmers need to prepare for separate harvesting.
Of course, a lot will depend on how the summer goes on. Scientists are careful with forecasts and do not rush to give them. The weather is too unpredictable.