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sorry for boring you

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Ladylol Pusser Cat

Ladylol Pusser Cat Report 4 Aug 2008 19:14

but i dont care lol, earlier this year i planted some sweetcorn seeds, i now have 7ft plants , i thought the sweet corn grew out the top where those seed like things are but ive been told they grow from the feather like things growing out of them and ther is more than 1 on each plant


LindaMcD Report 4 Aug 2008 19:15

Can't help but good to see you back on boards!

Hope David continues to do well

Linda x


Amanda2003 Report 4 Aug 2008 19:18

Puss...the cobs grow on the sides of the should hopefully get three or four off each plant. Mine are forming but are not ready yet.
Hope you don't get earwigs in

Ladylol Pusser Cat

Ladylol Pusser Cat Report 4 Aug 2008 19:19

hello linda all is well nice to see you too xx
thanks amanda so whats the seed like things lol, are they seeds that will make new ones


Dawnieher3headaches Report 4 Aug 2008 19:19

when we first gre them hubby thought he had done something wrong as tought would be out top wasnt until they formed lower down he realised they were ok


MrDaff Report 4 Aug 2008 19:21

I am pleased they aren't at the top.... you'd never reach them, lol

Sounds like they are doing really well!


Daff xxx

Ladylol Pusser Cat

Ladylol Pusser Cat Report 4 Aug 2008 19:33

thanks lol, just glad the chucks cant reach them xx


Amanda2003 Report 4 Aug 2008 19:39

The grass seed like thing at the top drops the pollen.
That is why sweet corn is best grown in a block ( square ) as the bits lower down get fertilized by the pollen blown on the wind...........I hope the explaination isn't so rude that the post gets

Ladylol Pusser Cat

Ladylol Pusser Cat Report 4 Aug 2008 19:41

you mean they bonk in the wind? lol


Jac Report 4 Aug 2008 19:44

Bonking sweet corn?????? you can be reported for less than that - pmsl



Amanda2003 Report 4 Aug 2008 19:45 no one sees then doing


Amanda2003 Report 4 Aug 2008 19:46

And if it isn't the wind.........the birds and the bees get in on the act.........bless

Ladylol Pusser Cat

Ladylol Pusser Cat Report 4 Aug 2008 19:52

lol i say lucky them , do i look like a sweet corn, i dont mind standing in the wind getting pollanated xx