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Delores, it's simply notDelores, it's simply not worth it unless you have a very big area. But my experience is that corn will be happy enough to stay where they are born, remaining in the same soil (house) and in the same environment (family). If you do, plan on transplanting your 4-7" seedlings after the ground has warmed and the air temps remain above 62ish, otherwise you may lose them to less-than-optimal conditions. Good luck, stay dirty!

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