High altitude drone discovers cool cornfield art

Published March 31, 2019 277 Plays $0.27 earned

Rumble / Creative VisualsThe Bose Farm in Surrey, British Columbia, Canada grows a number of different products for their local community. Along with the vegetables, which are all NON GMO, they also have a massive 25 acre field solely dedicated to growing corn for their yearly corn maze. Having visitors from all over the world, including Europe,USA and Australia keeps the excitement alive for the family. Parties and team building groups take advantage of this great location to challenge whatever maze has been created for the season.

The 2018 season brought on the hockey theme. Being hockey fans, the Bose family chose the logo of their local WHL junior team, the Vancouver Giants. Laying out the complete artwork by hand, grid by grid, the family hand planted each and ever stalk of corn. Maintaining the maze is also a chore. Hand rototilling the pathways once the corn begins to mature is a weekly job to keep them nice and smooth and clear of weeds. What an amazing job the Bose family does for their community. Producing non GMO healthy produce and also providing a super fun activity for those from infants to adults.

5 COMMENTS

  • Spitfire, 29 weeks ago

    Wow - I wonder how they now what plants to remove??

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    • cdngreenwaterdiver, 29 weeks ago

      They actually lay out the field in a grid pattern, like grid paper. Then plant the seeds by hand according to each squares pattern on grid paper for the logo. As for keeping the pattern tidy, they pull a tiller through the walkways to keep the weeds down. Pretty interesting .

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  • DavidMcNab, 29 weeks ago

    Spectacular!

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  • MaxtheMoluccan, 28 weeks ago

    Perspective is everything!

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