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Corn Failure A.K.A. Starting Over

In a small-space garden, the beds aren’t always ready when it’s time to plant new crops in the ground, so if we start seeds in flats, we close the gap between pulling winter crops and planting spring/summer crops. Every year … Continue reading

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YouTube: Growing Corn

Spring is nearly here, and it’s time to plant corn. Whether you like popcorn or sweet corn, it’s fun and easy to grow. Just make sure you do it right. We’re here to show you  how. Watch our latest video … Continue reading

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Interplanting Corn

You’ve probably heard of the Three Sisters Garden, where you plant corn, beans, and squash together for a symbiotic relationship that takes up less space for all three crops. But interplanting can work with other crops too. This year, we … Continue reading

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The Birds and the Bees: Corn Sex

It happens every day. Plants send up flowers, bees pollinate them and vegetables are born. But corn has its own way to doing things, bees not included. So how exactly does corn come to be? Let’s explore: It all starts … Continue reading

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