I miss the mid west summer ‘buttered corn on the cob’๐ŸŒฝ

Down here in Tennessee now after 15 yrs ‘corn don’t grow the soil is to rocky by farโ—๏ธ’ I have to get all my corn from a jar โš ๏ธ

๐Ÿšญ โ„•๐•† ๐•Š๐•„๐•†๐•‚๐•€โ„•๐”พ while sipping or mixing ๐Ÿธ ‘shine’ 100% poof (proof) ๐Ÿ˜‰ ย 

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  1. https://gardening.cals.cornell.edu/lessons/curricula/the-three-sisters-exploring-an-iroquois-garden/how-to-plant-the-three-sisters/

    You might be able to built proper conditions for corn, and the reward is well worth it! Around here (Western Nebraska), farmers plant sweet corn in the middle of their field corn (feed corn for animals and alcohol production) since there is a temptation to “help oneself” among people eager for corn on the cob but do nothing to grow or buy it themselves. Of course, enough is grown locally that farmer markets, even local groceries always have the unhusked sweet corn available to the honest folk wanting this seasonal treat!

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