Loremaster72· Premium Member
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I live near a couple of good sized corn fields that were both recently blown over by a severe storm. The corn was probably 4-5 feet tall at the time, and it was laid over quite badly. It seems to be standing back up now, and is noticeably taller, so the plants have survived. The one thing that I noticed is that at the bottom of the stalk it seems to be bent. The bottom foot or so is still over at an angle, but the top has turned back vertical. Does this make it tougher for the picker in the fall? I'd think that it would make it a lot tougher to guide the machine onto the rows accurately. Just curious. Thanks.