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Corn needs what most other summer crops need: good soil and drainage, adequate nutrients and temperatures above 60 degrees for germination and growth. Corn is actually a heavy feeder so healthy soil with some side dressing is a good idea to maximize the quality of harvest. Water needs are not excessive but irrigation (if it doesn’t come naturally) when the stalks begin to flower will promote larger ear development. The rest relies on cross pollination. Corn flowers and begins to shed its pollen several days before the silks actually emerge.
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