The alarm goes off. It is 5:30 a.m.:
“What’s on my agenda today? Oh yes! The beet harvester will be here in 30 minutes. I must quickly instruct the tractor driver and show him the field limits. As soon as this is done, I have to get back to the farm. Turn the seed drill off and then off to the field. And I must not forget that my wife still has to see the land dealer today. Otherwise, I can’t cut the rapeseed tonight.”
Shortly before the end of the vegetation period, there is still some work to be done. On many farms, beets are currently being rooted out, rapeseed is cut down and treated against flea beetles. At the same time, the winter wheat still has to be planted.
As a passionate farmer, the question of how to plan your day and when which work should be scheduled will certainly come to your mind as soon as you wake up in the morning. You keep thinking about it all day long, so as not to forget anything. This is not only stressful, but also hinders you from focusing to complete your tasks the best possible way.