Call the police! The unimaginable has happened!
I grow corn every year. Not just corn, sweet corn. Not just any sweet corn, Mirai 131y. This is the best sweet corn ever, in case you haven't tasted it.
I also grow lots of other things. My neighbor watches every year and laments how he should have gardened and how he meant to garden for his family.
Last year, he built up a little raised bed. I had some extra good dirt that I had brought in. I gave him enough to fill his bed. The garden last year went unused.
This year, he planted some stuff. Carrots, radishes, some leaf lettuce, and corn! Not just corn, but sweet corn! Does he not understand cross-pollination!?! I gave him the frickin' dirt!
I'm tempted to go over into his garden and night in my ninja outfit and spray round-up on his corn, or simply leave a little sign in place of the corn saying they had been abducted by aliens. Perhaps I can cut off the water to his house so he can't irrigate. Maybe I'll accidentally tell him the wrong dosage of fertilizer so his plants burn. Anyone know where I can get a trained bunny? How can I not leave DNA at the scene? LOL.
Before I do any of that, I must ask, how far is the safe distance between corn plantings to avoid cross-pollination? There is about 60-75 feet between our gardens. If that's not sufficient, please tell me which method of sabotage I should use.