Soft and silky, blowing in the soft breeze. Make you want to reach out and touch it to see if it really is as soft as it looks… it is. This is the biggest of the good day corn. Makes me feel good knowing there is going to be at least one ear for me to sample. I think there will be more but I learned a long time ago not to count the proverbial chickens…
In keeping it honest and true to the test, this is the smallest good day corn. It hasn’t matured yet as much as the biggest bad day corn plant, but it’s getting there.The littlest of the bad day corn. One has laid down and the other is still trying to hang on.
So folks, that the farm corn report for the week. Things will start happening quicker now that at least one has started laying out the silks, so don’t be surprised if you get a corn report quickie during the week. I’ll be checking it daily to make sure the bugs and corn worms don’t get my corn… I’ve worked too hard to not get at least one corn on the cob.
Have a great Monday, y’all, ya hear!