The Corn was looking good as I parked on the approach by the lone tree.
The sun was in the west as the breeze made the leaves rustle and shimmer.
The sturdy cobs are long and thick with darkened silks.
The tassels look like a gigantic bed of spikes.
The corn has benefitted from our recent rain. The plants are tall and green all the way to the bottom.
Two cobs, chosen at random from a few rows into the field, are beautifully filled to the tip.
Denting has begun on some kernals. This corn is doing well for mid-August in GriggsDakota.