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18 ft tall

Posted by Brian_NY_NJ_PA zone 5/6 NY/NJ/ (My Page) on
Sat, Sep 24, 05 at 22:50

I chopped down my maize, and most were about 17-17 1/2 ft. tall. This one was the tallest at over 18 feet tall.

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RE: 18 ft tall

wow that is impressive!!!!!!!!!!! How many cobs would you get off something that size???......Tina


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RE: 18 ft tall

In my climate, this variety doesn't generally produce any ears. I was lucky this year and a few of my plants produced ears. The few that had ears had one or two.


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There is a corn maize about an hour from where I live, I took my grandsons there last year, we spent hours going through and getting lost, lots of fun. Then when the field was plowed down the birds were having a field day gathering all the stray cobs of corn and devouring them, it was a pretty sight for a long time.

Valerie


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