Why the leave of my corn are turning yellow?

I transplant my corn 1 week ago and notices that is turning yellow.
Asked Jun 13, 2010
If the leave's of your corn plant are turning yellow its more than likely not getting enough water or sunlight, and your corn is dieing.
Answered Aug 15, 2011
Corn is a tall, bushy, summertime crop that takes up a lot of space, but gives sweet rewards to the careful gardener. Different cultivars offer white, yellow, and bicolored ears, with early-, mid- and late-season harvests. All corn cultivars require the right site, soil, water, and nutrition, and will fail without the correct growing conditions. Yellow corn leaves in mid season generally signify lack of nutrition or water.

Answered Jun 25, 2014

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