I just want to thank Skeeter for pointing out that adding lime to the soil actually means adding mineral lime... and not the fruit that you make juice out of. I'm still laughing at how silly that must have sounded to you seasoned gardeners!
Cam won't stop laughing at me. He keeps shaking his head at me. I guess he knew what everyone meant. I truly thought you added an actual lime to the soil and let it deteriorate. LoL.
I really needed that laugh after being stuck at a doctor's office for 3 hours!!! Grr, aggravating day.
Anyway... I took a look at the corn plants at Cam's and noticed something unusual. Some of the corn plants are yellowing around their edges, and they haven't grown any taller for several weeks. I had decided to give up on these plants (hence the reason I planted two rows of corn at my parents' house. That corn is thriving!)
Below: What exactly is happening to the corn?
Does this mean the corn plants are about to die? Cam and I have no idea what it is. I don't think it could be an actual ear growing... Anyone know?
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