Corn

Corn, the most widely produced feed grain in the US, can grow between 8'-16' (2.4-4.9 m) tall and is generally harvested for two months between September and November.

Collection of drawings of various corn stalks in a row

Corn, the most widely produced feed grain in the US, can grow between 8'-16' (2.4-4.9 m) tall and is generally harvested for two months between September and November.

Common Questions
Common Questions
What is grass?
Grass is a herbaceous plant with long narrow leaves and hollow stems that is often cultivated in lawns or found naturally in grasslands.
What is the recommended height of lawn grass?
Lawn grass today is commonly cut at between 2”-3.75” | 5-9.5 cm.
How much of the Earth is made up of grasslands?
40.5% of all land area is made up of grasslands that are defined by presence of grasses.

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Height: 8’-16’ | 2.4-4.9 m
Height (Average): 12’ | 3.7m

Drawings include:
Corn Stalk elevations

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