I discussed tomatoes last week, so sweet corn gets the nod this week. From what I have determined this has been the worst year in terms of actually getting to eat your sweet corn, even though it has been a bumper crop. I am talking about the many critters that have been eating it before we do. The calls I have gotten include birds, raccoons, deer, and of course worms. Out of all of these the birds are probably the most difficult to control. A scarecrow, some loud music, or maybe even some wind chimes or old cd’s hanging high in the patch to blow and flash
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