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Sweet Corn

Sweet Corn Seed

Sweet corn is delicious and known for its sweet and sugary flavor. Sweet corn comes in three colors: yellow, white and bicolor. Sweet corn is easy to grow and drought resistant. A staple in many gardens, roadside stands and markets. Best flavor when picked and eaten immediately!
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The Serendipity corn is a new type of corn offering 2 kernel types - 75% sugar enhanced and 25% supersweet. This variety has a crunchy, sweet flavor that bursts from these plump ears! One of an entirely new type of corn called TripleSweet, Serendipity combines the crunchy texture of sugar enhanced types with the extra sweetness and holding ability of the supersweets! The Serendipity is absolutely delicious!

Delectable RM has large well-filled ears and dark green husk. It has a wide range of adaptability and versatility in several markets. It is pleasing to the consumer for it's good texture and taste. Delectable RM has also been given an added boost with a stronger disease package, making a favorite more favorable. Intermediate Resistance: Stewart’s Wilt, NCLB

Kristine s a high yielding and large corn variety. A mid-season synergistic that has excellent flavor and sweetness. The ears are cylindrical and very well filled with nice rowing. Excellent vigor and husk protection are two more pluses for this variety.

Argent is a heterozygous sugary enhancer with excellent eating quality. It is noted for its wide adaptability and disease tolerance. High Resistance: Stewart’s Wilt. Intermediate Resistance: 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.

The Buttergold corn has a sweet, tender and delicious flavor that is one you can't beat! This large sugary corn has a great keeping quality, making them excellent for freezing. With good cold soil emergence, the Buttergold is perfect for growing in northern climates, but it can perform well anywhere. Enjoy the mouth-watering sweet flavor of this corn in just 63 days!

The Silver King is earlier than the Silver Queen variety and every bit as tasty. This corn is a Sugar Enhanced corn type that is amongst the earliest corns to mature. With slightly larger ears than of 16 to 18 tightly packed rows of snowy white kernels pack every ear of this succulent corn! The stalks reach 6 to 7 feet high and are wonderfully resilient, tolerating Rust, Stewart's Wilt, and Northern Corn Leaf Blight.

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.

Nectar falls into the Quad Sweets family of heirloom taste and modern sweetness. At a 78 day maturity, it works well in tandem with Temptress. Nectar has a good size plant at 7' and a nice ear height of 30". It has excellent tip fill and husk protection and overall has a very nice appearance. It is easy to harvest, as it has a quick snap, is easy to package, and stores well. Nectar, like the rest of the Quad Sweets, is a grower friendly variety and a favorite with customers for its exceptional taste.

The Incredible is one of the best eating corns around and is just like its name, incredible! This corn has a great sugar content and has an excellent sweet taste. The corn husk offers great protection and grows very attractively. Incredible is a disease resistant corn that is a favorite!

Sweetness begins with excellent emergence and vigor and continues its season with a sturdy plant that produces a nice ear with solid tip fill. Sweetness also has a protective package that makes a nice presentation for the consumer. The eating quality stands out as one of the best for the season. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Stewart’s Wilt, Northern Corn Leaf Blight

Temptress is your early choice for the Quad Sweets as it has strong emergence and a sturdy plant. The consistency of Temptress is impressive for its early maturity, it has strong tip fill, good husk protection and even rowing on good size ears while still boosting the superb eating quality of the QuadSweets. Temptress works very well with the later maturing Nectar. High Resistance to Common Rust (PsRpGDJ) and Intermediate Resistance to NCLB and MDM