Small prop roots at the base of corn help keep the stalks standing, but outside forces, such as wind and raccoons, can still topple them.
Small prop roots at the base of corn help keep the stalks standing, but outside forces, such as wind and raccoons, can still topple them. Barbara Damrosch for the Washington Post
Small prop roots at the base of corn help keep the stalks standing, but outside forces, such as wind and raccoons, can still topple them. Barbara Damrosch for the Washington Post

Save your stalks from wind, wildlife and other woes

August 31, 2016 01:42 PM