Greenhouse Container Corn

Greenhouse Container Corn

So, this is a partial failure OR a partial success depending if you’re a half-empty or half-full type of person. I am viewing this as potential. I feel like the real problem was the amount of humidity in the covered/heated area of the greenhouse. I say this because the tomato pollen didn’t drop like it usually does during the spring and summer months in the greenhouse. Falling pollen is critical to the success of the corn grow. So, what I’m going to do it grow out the 2 you see in the greenhouse and see if it does better. I still feel, at this point, that 10 to 12 cobs of corn in a 12″ pot is doable! Follow along and see what happens. _______________________________________

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