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If you are a back yard gardener at some point you are going to have things that are complete failures. If you have never had something fail in your garden, then give it time and you will.
My first failure this year was my attempt to grow cow peas next to my corn plot. I don't know if I planted them too soon (probably), if I got some bad seed, or if I just didn't do something right. I planted them twice and both times I got very sparse germination. I feel like I am wasting 200 sq. ft. of good planting space fooling with these peas, so I decided to give up on them until the weather really gets hot.
My corn in that area is doing great, so I decided to plant an additional five rows of peaches and cream corn. That gives me 250 feet of corn which I hope will produce a decent harvest. This batch will be about a month behind my first planting.