Corn 7-27-10 (1)

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Good news, if you read my last post on my corn (click here if you didn’t) my corn has bounced back from being bent over by strong winds last week. More tassels are coming up and I saw the first appearance of silk further down the plant. As long as pollination goes successfully where that silk appears will grow an ear of corn. It seems like some plants are ahead of the rest of the pack, which could be a good thing come harvest time (would spread out the harvest). I am thankful that the storm didn’t ruin my crop.

Corn 7-27-10 (2)

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