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After last years disastrous drought it was nice to see this on my corn stalks this afternoon.
I know some of you guys have better corn right now but this is not too bad for this part of Ohio this time of year.
With a little luck I might be able to have some samples for the Cub Tug. A lot of butter and a ton of salt and I'm a happy camper. As long as my doctor doesn't find out.
Out here we're still happy with knee high by the Fourth of July!!
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that corn is looking good Barnyard
I expect to be eating some at the Tug
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David, if it is ready to pick when I leave for the Tug I will definitely have an ear for you.
I envy you being able to raise corn. Where I live we are on the edge of large wooded areas, and coons, etc. get all the corn
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Mine is just knee high.To wet to fertilize or cultivate RATS!!!!Oh well I knew the first year garden would suck.My peas turned yellow from all the water and died.Kevin
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It's a little closer to being ready. I hope I can pick some Thursday before we leave for the Tug.
It is looking better all the time. Gonna be great tasting!
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Bill, I was told we had the earliest corn in our area. I'm hoping to be able to share some next weekend but it will be mighty close.
From what I can tell in the pic, you have a ways to go before its ready!---silks will have to turn brown on most corn before its ready and yours is still nice and green!!!----The more I look at that pic the more I slobber on my keyboard just thinking about sweet corn!!! thanks; sonny
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