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Wind Blown Corn stands right back up when "Atomic 07/16/2011 @ 4:54pm Early in the morning on July 9th, in 2008 corn fields in parts of North Carolina were subjected to high blown winds from a violent thunderstorm. Farmers were distraught and thought they had lost their crops after much of the corn was down,twisted and messed up.But two days later,on July 11th, farmers were pleasantly surprised to see that their corn (sprayed with Atomic Grow) had straightened back up and wasn't bowed. SEE MORE at & a proven technology whose time has come

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