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Normal Sugary (SU) Corn

Normal Sugary Corn Seed

Normal Sugary (SU) sweet corn varieties contain a gene that is responsible for the sweetness and creamy texture of the kernels. This variety is well suited for picking and eating within a short time. Not recommended for long storage or travel.

The Sweet G90 corn is an old farm favorite! Originally offered to Funks seed corn dealers, Sweet G90 still remains a favorite to all. This variety is a reliable, rugged, vigorous hybrid.

The Butter and Sugar corn is considered the best tasting corn by many gardeners. It is a favorite for its sweet flavor, texture and quality. This plant produces 1 or 2 ears, 7-1/2 inches long with 12 to 14 rows of bicolored kernels. The Butter and Sugar maintains quality and texture for several days.  This corn variety truly as a great sugary flavor that is second to none.

The Silver Queen corn is a white sweet corn variety that matures late-season. This F1 Hybrid is one of the sweetest and most tender corns ever developed. The Silver Corn is the popular late-season variety with tenderness and flavor worth waiting for. Breeders will tell you in general that white kernels are just a little sweeter than yellow. This variety is also widely adaptable and has superb eating for normal sugar genotype.

Honey & Cream is an old-time classic that still holds its own with good emergence and an heirloom flavor. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Northern Corn Leaf Blight

Iochief is an old and reliable yellow corn. This variety is SU, holds well, has great drought resistance and has a wonderful flavor. The Iochief's ears are 9" long with golden yellow kernels. This variety is perfect for canning or freezing.