Planting a Corn Patch

Choose a sweet fast growing corn, 1 or 2 varieties. Make a large square area to plant the corn in. Do not plant in rows but in lines to fill up the square and put 3 seeds in each hole. Fertilize for the first two months to get it started and make sure it is well watered. Shake the tassels as you walk between the plants so the kernels will fill out. The best corn you have ever had!

By Bev from Chilliwack

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April 1, 20060 found this helpful

Hi Bev, What do you mean when you

say "Do not plant in rows but in lines to fill up the square"? Would you please describe? Thanks!

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