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    The field was flooded then the temp. dropped low enough for long enough to freeze several inches thick than the water drained away. Kind of cool
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    That is a cool situation, but I am curious about how that crop was harvested, and if it was really corn. The remnants of a typical corn harvest would leave much more residue in the field and the stalks would be bent and broken over, rather than cut.

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    If is was cut for silage, that would explain the lack of residue. But there would not be so much stalk remaining.

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    Just my curiosity wondering.
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    That does not look like corn stalks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralphxyz View Post
    That does not look like corn stalks.

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    It does look more like bamboo or cane



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