I know the feeling in real life now. It's a good thing I was following Randy into the corn field. I'd never have found him otherwise.
|July 2, 2014|
|June 19, 2014|
Once I found him, he was all smiles. And it's no wonder. Many of the corn stalks have three ears of corn.
The silks on the ears are turning brown, which signals the plant is pollinating. (Thanks to fellow Kansas blogger Nicole at Tales from a Kansas Farm Mom for finding the link about corn pollination.)
While the wheat crop hasn't been all that great this year, it's fun to dream about a good corn crop. But, as always, there is a lot of time between planting and harvest.