I Was Super Excited To Get These Popcorn Collection Seeds

by Tom S

I was super excited to get the Popcorn Seed Collection seeds from David's Garden Seeds and see what I could produce. I planted the seeds according to the instructions and waited patiently. I was impressed with the germination percentage of the seeds and these little seedlings were popping out of the ground like crazy. When the plants were 1-2 inches tall, I noticed 3 ring neck pheasants in my garden and they pulled every single plant out of the ground!! I was so disappointed and will have to wait until next spring to try again :-(

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Jan 10, 2020
David's Garden Seeds Popcorn Collection Set
by: Juanita

Hi Tom. First, thank you for choosing David's Garden Seeds®. I am so sorry that pheasants ruined your popcorn plants. You might try covering your seedlings with shade cloth so the pheasants cannot get into them in the spring. We have used shade cloth many times in our garden, not only to protect our plants from too much sun, but also from animals. You can find it on Amazon.

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