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Jim Zamzow shows you how to plant sweet corn the organic way along with showing you how to get it to yield in August until ...
Fall. Jim also shows you how to pollinate corn and how to properly plow a furrow.
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Today, I’m going to show you how to plant sweet corn that will start yellowing in August and you’ll have a sweet corn all the way through fall.
Corn takes quite a bit of room. I’ve picked an area here that’s about 10 x 15 feet long. And I’ll plant two rows at a time. The reason that you do that is so that the corn will pollinate. I’ve taken two sticks and put a piece of twine between them so I can draw a nice straight row. And you start off by taking a pointed hoe and you just pull a nice deep furrow along that cord.
I like to pull the furrow real deep because corn is a heavy feeder. And I’ll put a nice layer of organic fertilizer right in the bottom of this furrow. Pull some dirt over the top of it before I plant my seeds. I like to plant my corn about six inches apart and then as the corn comes up I thin it to about a foot apart. If corn is too close together, it doesn’t yield very well. Okay. Then we cover it with one to two inches of soil and tuck it in. Tuck it in good so that the seed is in good contact with the soil and water it in.
Starting about the middle of August, you’ll start harvesting corn and you’ll have corn all the way through October. I’ll plant two rows of corn every two weeks for about six weeks. And then starting 70 days from the first planting about mid-August, we’ll start harvesting sweet corn and we’ll have sweet corn continuously all the way through October.
Join me next week and I’ll show you how to mulch your garden to preserve moisture and increase yields.