Corn should be planted once the likelihood of frost is over and the soil temperature has warmed as it needs warm, sunny weather. The kernels will not set, especially on the tip of the cobs, if conditions are too hot or cold and windy at silking. Hot conditions will hasten maturity making the sugar in the kernels turn to starch, and with this the quality of the corn deteriorates rapidly. The corn crop needs adequate moisture throughout the growing season, however waterlogging should be avoided.
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