Rain, mild temperatures have helped corn crop
Wayne County Extension Agent John Sanderson examines corn in a field just north of Goldsboro on Monday.
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#1 Jun 20, 2012
Ha-Ha-Ha!!!! Hugh Damwright, & it's sure as hell helped my marijuana crop too. I've bin plowing mine with the tractor, fertilizing it,
#2 Jun 20, 2012
And I'm gonna spray mine with nitrogen to make it grow faster. I got 4 rows bout 20 feet long. So people it wont be long. And I set mine out with the transplanter that we used to set out tobacco with.
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