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I have a ton of corn planted out there. but I'm not against going out there and pulling back all the husks to remove all the worms. if i have to. I'm also not against using poison of certain kinds. My ears are far from ready maybe 3 weeks left on them, and we are loaded with worms on our ears. What would happen if I pulled back the husks to remove the worms. would that damage the exposed ears? I really want my corn to do well. how far down will the worm dig if I just let them be? will i get any corn at all? lol