The Q&A Archives: Sweet Corn Spacing

Question: How far apart do you plant rows of sweet corn

Answer: For best pollination, plant corn in blocks, rather than in long rows. Blocks contain at least 4 rows of corn about 10 to 20 feet long. Rows should be 2 feet apart, with walkways between the blocks of 2-4 feet for easy access.

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