So, I have a very small section of soil that I've tilled and mixed in some vegetable growing soil (I think Miracle Grow), planted some grass, corn, and tomatoes. The veggies seem to be doing great, with two exceptions.
1) I'm pretty sure I planted the corn and tomatoes far too close. They're too far along to separate now though. Any tips or thoughts would be great.
2) My corn has been consistently getting dark along the stalks. I thought it was some form of stalk rot, but, I cannot find anything that looks exactly like it. They seem to still be growing fine though. I had to add some soil to all of the bases as I started seeing the roots show on a couple of them.
Here is a quick video of my "massive" garden:
Any help on the issue would be great.
The corn is Burpee Sweet Corn, Early Sunglow Hybrid, Normal Sugary, Extra Early.
The tomatoes are Burpee as well.
My potted plants are the same corn, along with Burpee Garden Beans, and Mexican Sour Gherkins.
I live in Southern California (Temecula).
Thanks for any help!