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    How to Grow Corns Better

    data:2019-02-28 10:58source:未知 author:admin click:
    Corns vary in size according to varieties and growing conditions, but most of them average between 6 and 8 feet tall. Although it is easy to grow corn on warm and sunny fields, it is often difficult to successfully bring to harvest because

    Corns vary in size according to varieties and growing conditions, but most of them average between 6 and 8 feet tall. Although it is easy to grow corn on warm and sunny fields, it is often difficult to successfully bring to harvest because of the competition from wild animals and pests feed on corns. It takes 60 to 90 days for corn plants to be ready to harvest.
     
    corn growing
     
    Light
    Full sun helps better corn growing and ears fill out, so planting your corns at spots with better sunshine is a must.
     
    Soil
    Loose soil with a neutral pH between 6.0 and 7.0 could be good for corn roots growing. Healthy, long and strong roots are very important to anchor the tall plants above soil.
     
    Water
    It is better to water deeply once a week to prevent corn leaf curling, rather than providing a little water daily. Also keep the area free of weeds that will compete for food and water.
     
    Temperature and Humidity
    Soil temperature should be kept between 60 and 65 degrees F for better seed germination. If it becomes colder than that, you can cover the soil with black plastic beforehand to help warm the soil.
     
    Fertilizer
    Rich soil with high nitrogen is quite important for corns. An inch or two of compost or rotted manure will also work, as will feeding with fish emulsion. Apply nitrogen fertilizer once the plants are about 8 inches tall and again when they start producing tassels.
     
    Propagating Sweet Corn Plants
    Only transplant corns with biodegradable pots. To propagate corns well is better to seed them after frost season has passed. Because corn is pollinated by the wind, it does best when planted in blocks rather than rows. Pollen from the male tassels needs to make contact with the female silks and close planting means more contact. Wind pollination also results in easy cross-pollination, so keep different types of corn separated by at least 25 feet or plant varieties that mature at different times.
     
    Pests and Disease
    Animals will be the biggest pest problem. Corn borers is another problem that will destroy stalks at the end of the season. Flea beetles spread bacterial wilt. Combat that by planting resistant varieties. Be on the lookout for a grayish black fungus called smut. Remove and destroy while young, before the mass bursts and sends the spores everywhere. Also resort to pesticide when needed.
     
    Eagle Brother's Drone Sprayed on Corns
    Eagle Brother's sprayer drone sprayed pesticide on corn fields
     


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