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Re: Growing corn

  • Subject: Re: [cg] Growing corn
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 4 May 2004 10:23:43 EDT


This is the website of the NYS Agricultural Agents NYCSACAA / You should be able to contact the one nearest you to help you parse through your local conditions.

Adam Honigman
Clinton Community Garden

Please contact the
Subj: [cg] Growing corn
Date: 5/4/04 10:09:18 AM Eastern Daylight Time
From: JBourne@sarahlawrence.edu
To: community_garden@mallorn.com
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Can anyone share some words of wisdom about growing corn in southern New York state? I've already tried, once each here and in southern California, and both times the plants were beset by aphids. I've also been warned that squirrels find the young shoots and/or seeds a tasty treat. I've come across some interesting heirloom varieties that I'd love to try, but I'd hate to just end up feeding four- and six-legged critters.


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