Hearkening back to my farming days, I still get rev’ed up when I see spring springing, and corn stretching skyward to embrace the sun. It’s as if farmers respond to photosynthesis ever as much as the corn plant does.
The only difference is that we respond directly to the sunlight. Corn is a slower processor; it takes in the light during day and mobilizes it at night.
Yesterday, while out roadside crop scouting, I was thinking about that the old adage: “Knee-high by the…