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 Can you plant corn from seeds?

Answer You can plant corn from seeds, but corn is pollinated through wind-borne pollen. Therefore, it is easier for the corn plants to pollinate each other when planted in short blocks of at least four ro... Read More »
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How do I plant& sew corn seeds at home?

Prepare your site. Corn requires full sun and as much protection from wind as possible. Mix compost and moisture-retaining soil into your garden soil so that corn plants have plenty of nutrition an... Read More »
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How deep should you plant corn seeds?

Corn seeds are planted 1/2-inch deep in moist soils that stay cool. When the soil is dry and stays warm, then the seeds are planted 1 to 1 1/2 inches deep. Each corn seed is spaced 9 to 12 inches a... Read More »
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Does seeds from friute you buy from stores have seeds you can plant?

Yes they do I have an apple tree I started from seeds I got from the grocery store and it is actually producing apples. It can be done i know because I did it I have also started avacados and lemon... Read More »
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Can you plant cantaloupe seeds from fresh seeds?

Cantaloupe melons must be past the normal eating ripe stage for the interior seeds to be ready for planting. Wash off the pulp surrounding the over-ripe seeds and allow them to air dry before placi... Read More »
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