■WINTER WHEAT

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🇺🇸 USA
🇷🇺 RUS
🇪🇺 EUR
🇨🇦 CAN
🇦🇷 ARG
🇦🇺 AUS
🇺🇦 UKR
🇨🇳 CHN
🇮🇳 IND
🇪🇬 EGY

■SPRING WHEAT

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🇷🇺 RUS
🇪🇺 EUR
🇨🇦 CAN
🇰🇿 KAZ
🇨🇳 CHN

■CORN

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🇦🇷 AR
🇧🇷 BRFirst
Second
🇺🇦 UA
🇪🇺 EU
🇲🇽 MXSummer
Winter
🇨🇳 CNNorth
South

■RICE

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🇮🇳 INKharif
Rabi
🇨🇳 CNEarly
Interim
Late
🇻🇳 VNSpring
Autumn
Winter
🇹🇭 THFirst
Second
🇮🇩 IDFirst
Second
🇵🇭 PHFirst
Second
🇺🇸 US
🇯🇵 JP
🇰🇷 KR

■SOYBEAN

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🇦🇷 AR
🇧🇷 BR
🇨🇳 CN

■GROWTH STAGES

StageDescription
Stage 01One shoot or seedling stage, occurs in late September through mid October
Stage 02Tillering begins; early December
Stage 03Tillers formed; late March
Stage 04Leaf sheath lengthens; mid to late April
Stage 05Leaf sheath strongly erected
Stage 06First node of stem visible or jointing stage (growing point is now above ground); early May
Stage 07Second node visible
Stage 08Last leaf just visible
Stage 09Ligule of last leaf just visible
Stage 10“Boot” stage; early June
Stage 10.1Early heading (head of the wheat plant is now visible)
Stage 10.5Flowering or anthesis stage
Stage 11Ripening or grain-filling; mid June

StageDescription
Vegetative Stages
VEEmergence
V1One leaf with collar visible
V2Two leaves with collars visible
V(n)(n) leaves with collars visible
VTLast branch of tassel is completely visible
Reproductive Stages
R1Silking – silks visible outside the husks
R2Blister – kernels are white and resemble a blister in shape
R3Milk – kernels are yellow on the outside with a milky inner fluid
R4Dough – milky inner fluid thickens to a pasty consistency
R5Dent – nearly all kernels are denting
R6Physiological maturity – the black abscission layer has formed