Growing Corn Curbside Proves Challenging

| January 14, 2013 | 4 Replies

Growing Corn Curbside proves challenging for Kaye’s first effort at growing corn. Pests and poor pollination are factors. Please watch and share “Growing Corn Curbside,” the 20th episode and end of Season 1! Also, the corn episode completes the corn, tomato and watermelon trilogy. Watch here, or higher resolution, including HD, on YouTube.

Once again, I have to deal with my hard, clay soil, but, it was worth it. With corn this fresh, who needs to cook it?

What’s in store for Season 2? Well, more Monarchs, my winter garden, and lots, lots more! Thanks for your support! Comments welcome! – Kaye

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Category: Grow Veggies, Urban Gardening, Warm Season

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  1. There is only so much research you can do before starting a project. At some point you just have to dive in. And as a wise man once said to me, “There are no mistakes, only lessons; there are no failures, only research.” Thanks for a great video.

  2. I love that none of the ears of corn made it into the house. There is nothing like eating the “reward” right in the garden!

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