Corn is the number one vegetable crop grown worldwide. Only 10% is grown for the fresh market; the rest is grown for animal feed. Plants are heavy feeders and require regular fertilization and watering, which can be a problem for both farm and market growers. Fertilizer applications can be a challenge due to limited space between rows. Although overhead irrigation is the preferred method of watering, it is by far the most wasteful use of water.
Growing Corn WITH CROP CIRCLES
Growing corn with Crop Circles has many advantages compared to growing in rows. Circular rows spaced around a central irrigator create a circle shaped plant structure that will stand up to strong winds avoiding blow down; a common problem with rows.
Corn Crop Circles
Corn Crop Circles grow 363 plants. Sowing 3 seeds in each opening ensures that 1 or 2 will germinate. After germination, we grew an average of 500 plants. Super Sweet Mirai 350 BC is the preferred variety for freezing whole or niblets. With proper pollination, three cobs form on each stalk to produce 1,500 cobs per circle.
We planted three 30-foot Crop Circles 3 weeks apart so we could have a farm harvest of sweet for both eating and freezing during the entire season. We harvested about 1,200 cobs from each and froze 70 five-pound bags of niblets.
Crop Circle Farmers
Crop Circle farmers earn thousands growing corn with Crop Circles. Corn Crop Circles grow sweeter corn and a better corn crop. Growing corn circle.
Harvest – 112 days from seed
Wholesale price - $0.50 per cob x 1,200 x 36 = $21,600
Retail price - $1 per cob x 1,200 x 36 = $43,200
Certified organic price - $2 per cob x 1,200 x 36 = $86,400
This is an excellent business opportunity created especially for food entrepreneurs to help them earn a significant income from growing corn on small parcels of land.
Crop Circle farmers will be granted a protected territory giving them every opportunity to expand and grow their business year after year.
*profits may vary depending on location, climate and area market pricing