Joseph Lofthouse wrote:
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Corn has been getting blown down and still managed to produce a crop since it was domesticated. I suppose that teosinte has been doing it for millions of years before that.
My bias is that I do as little in the garden as I can get away with and still harvest something... So I don't spray for bugs, I don't right fallen corn, I don't weed very much. I'm kind of a brute force type of guy, so if I were try to right corn, I'd be as likely to bust it off as not. So for me, righting the corn would likely do more damage than not. Your mileage might vary... Wish someone would chime in that's done corn-righting...
jimmy gallop wrote:
when its over and the corn it through dig up the roots and see if it is as deep as you planted
sometimes some of mine are and some times not have no Idea why.
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