Can any of you tell me what is going to happen to our corn now that it has anywhere from 6 - 16" of water on it? It was planted on June 3rd and should have been into the milk stage when we started to flood on Monday. My concern is that the plants will be killed and the ears will not dry down, resulting in rotting ears. A couple of years ago we planted late (July 1st) and the corn was frost killed resulting in rotting ears. The ears on the right are all off of flood affected areas whereas the ear on the left was planted on high ground about a month before the others. We have been pumping water back out of the field hoping to save some of the corn but not certain that will even help at this point. Is there any chance these ears will dry down properly?