Eufaula is ~1.2' feet above normal pool (585.0) and falling slowly (they're generating power ~7 hours per day) and may not get low enough to make the traditional cutoff of 07/15 which is designed to ensure full maturity prior to either historical first frost date and the daylight (shortnening) mechanism inherent in Japanese millet wherein it will start to head out ~end of September, regardless of plant development. We had some planted (Keystone) later one year (Cottonwood Creek WDU) to try and offset a midsummer flood that wiped the initial stand out and the stuff was ~10-12" high and started making toothbrush sized seed heads at that time. Was better than nothing, tho'.
Kaw is in a somewhat similar condition (didn't get planted at all last season) and it is the only COE reservoir that has a specific millet planting management program as it does not generate power.
However, should the water drop later this month, there will likely be some late summer natural habitat (toothcup, etc.) sprout as mother nature always seems to work something out.
IF...we have a wet winter and the area lakes get 2+ feet above normal pool(s), it'll be lights out!
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Jeep went to war, to make it safe for Land Rover to go to the mall.