Full Moon Calendar Days From 2000 to 2020

Many farmers depend on their knowledge of the phases of the moon in order to give their crops the best chance to thrive. Rainfall is affected by the moon's cycle—the highest amount of rain normally falls just after the full moon and the new moon. Crops are also sensitive to air currents, which change with the moon's cycle as well.

Farming Resources
2000
  • January 21
  • February 19
  • March 20
  • April 18
  • May 18
  • June 16
  • July 16
  • August 15
  • September 13
  • October 13
  • November 11
  • December 11
2001
  • January 9
  • February 8
  • March 9
  • April 8
  • May 7
  • June 6
  • July 5
  • August 4
  • September 2
  • October 2
  • November 1
  • November 30
  • December 30
2002
  • January 28
  • February 27
  • March 28
  • April 27
  • May 26
  • June 24
  • July 24
  • August 22
  • September 21
  • October 21
  • November 20
  • December 19
2003
  • January 18
  • February 16
  • March 18
  • April 16
  • May 16
  • June 14
  • July 13
  • August 12
  • September 10
  • October 10
  • November 9
  • December 8
2004
  • January 7
  • February 6
  • March 6
  • April 5
  • May 4
  • June 3
  • July 2
  • July 31
  • August 30
  • September 28
  • October 28
  • November 26
  • December 26
2005
  • January 25
  • February 24
  • March 25
  • April 24
  • May 23
  • June 22
  • July 21
  • August 19
  • September 18
  • October 17
  • November 16
  • December 15
2006
  • January 14
  • February 13
  • March 14
  • April 13
  • May 13
  • June 11
  • July 11
  • August 9
  • September 7
  • October 7
  • November 5
  • December 5
2007
  • January 3
  • February 2
  • March 3
  • April 2
  • May 2
  • June 1
  • June 30
  • July 30
  • August 28
  • September 26
  • October 26
  • November 24
  • December 24
2008
  • January 22
  • February 21
  • March 21
  • April 20
  • May 20
  • June 18
  • July 18
  • August 16
  • September 15
  • October 14
  • November 13
  • December 12
2009
  • January 11
  • February 9
  • March 11
  • April 9
  • May 9
  • June 7
  • July 7
  • August 6
  • September 4
  • October 4
  • November 2
  • December 2
  • December 31
2010
  • January 30
  • February 28
  • March 30
  • April 28
  • May 27
  • June 26
  • July 26
  • August 24
  • September 23
  • October 23
  • November 21
  • December 21
2011
  • January 19
  • February 18
  • March 19
  • April 18
  • May 17
  • June 15
  • July 15
  • August 13
  • September 12
  • October 12
  • November 10
  • December 10
2012
  • January 9
  • February 7
  • March 8
  • April 6
  • May 6
  • June 4
  • July 3
  • August 2
  • August 31
  • September 30
  • October 29
  • November 28
  • December 28
2013
  • January 27
  • February 25
  • March 27
  • April 25
  • May 25
  • June 23
  • July 22
  • August 21
  • September 19
  • October 18
  • November 17
  • December 17
2014
  • January 16
  • February 14
  • March 16
  • April 15
  • May 14
  • June 13
  • July 12
  • August 10
  • September 9
  • October 8
  • November 6
  • December 6
2015
  • January 5
  • February 3
  • March 5
  • April 4
  • May 4
  • June 2
  • July 2
  • July 31
  • August 29
  • September 28
  • October 27
  • November 25
  • December 25
2016
  • January 24
  • February 22
  • March 23
  • April 22
  • May 21
  • June 20
  • July 19
  • August 18
  • September 16
  • October 16
  • November 14
  • December 14
2017
  • January 12
  • February 11
  • March 12
  • April 11
  • May 10
  • June 9
  • July 9
  • August 7
  • September 6
  • October 5
  • November 4
  • December 3
2018
  • January 2
  • January 31
  • March 2
  • March 31
  • April 30
  • May 29
  • June 28
  • July 27
  • August 26
  • September 25
  • October 24
  • November 23
  • December 22
2019
  • January 21
  • February 19
  • March 21
  • April 19
  • May 18
  • June 17
  • July 16
  • August 15
  • September 14
  • October 13
  • November 12
  • December 12
2020
  • January 10
  • February 9
  • March 9
  • April 8
  • May 7
  • June 5
  • July 5
  • August 3
  • September 2
  • October 1
  • October 31
  • November 30
  • December 30
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