Enter the number of days from sowing to germination, the number of days from germination to maturity, and the margin of days into the calculator to determine the estimated Days to Harvest.

## Days To Harvest Formula

The following formula is used to calculate the estimated Days to Harvest.

DH = S + G + M

Variables:

• DH is the estimated Days to Harvest
• S is the number of days from sowing to germination
• G is the number of days from germination to maturity
• M is the margin of days added to account for environmental conditions

To calculate the estimated Days to Harvest, add the number of days from sowing to germination, the number of days from germination to maturity, and a margin of days to account for variations in environmental conditions such as temperature and sunlight.

## What is a Days To Harvest?

Days to Harvest, also known as Days to Maturity, is a term used in gardening that refers to the estimated number of days from when a plant is sown or transplanted to when it is expected to be mature or produce a harvest. This information is often provided on seed packets or plant labels and can help gardeners plan their planting schedules for maximum yield. The actual number of days can vary based on environmental conditions, such as temperature and sunlight.

## How to Calculate Days To Harvest?

The following steps outline how to calculate the Days To Harvest using the formula DH = S + G + M.

1. First, determine the number of days from sowing to germination (S).
2. Next, determine the number of days from germination to maturity (G).
3. Next, determine the margin of days added to account for environmental conditions (M).
4. Finally, calculate the Days To Harvest using the formula DH = S + G + M.
5. After inserting the values for S, G, and M and calculating the result, check your answer.

Example Problem:

Use the following variables as an example problem to test your knowledge.

Number of days from sowing to germination (S) = 10

Number of days from germination to maturity (G) = 20

Margin of days added to account for environmental conditions (M) = 5