An augmented bi-color corn type that was developed at the University of Florida. Everglades had great trial results throughout the Northern and Southern areas of the USA. Everglades has a high level of consistency, a nice dark green package, good kernel contrast. an easy snap and it maintains these qualities in a wide range of conditions while retaining the high eating quality of the Augmented hybrids. Intermediate/Moderate Resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
Profit has been a favorite for years with its proven vigor and adaptability. It is a grower friendly variety due to its emergence and yield. It also presents itself very well for the consumer with large ears for the season, attractive flags, and good husk protection and tip fill. Profit also brings a better eating quality to the table for the Synergistics. Intermediate Resistance: Common Rust, Stewart’s Wilt, Northern Corn Leaf Blight
Solstice is an early maturing, bicolor corn that is part of the Augmented family. This is the fastest maturing corn in the augmented category. Solstice has strong emergence, a good size ear, a strong husk covered tip, and exceptional tip fill. It has a quick snap for ease in picking and a short shank for packaging. Solstice’s early slot allows it to work well with Nirvana and both items will build customer loyalty with their unique bite and taste. Intermediate Resistance: Northern Corn Leaf Blight
Euphoria is a new augmented corn variety. This corn is an early maturing hybrid that has good emergence and vigor. Very sturdy root stock. The ears have an easy snap, good tip fill, excellent kernel color contrast, and an attractive husk package. The eating quality is the signature Augmented explosion of flavor in the bite combined with a sweet taste.
Yellowstone corn variety has done well in the Southern region and in Northeast regions as well. Yellowstone has tested well for good emergence, a high level of consistency, a nice dark green package, good kernel contrast, an easy snap, and it maintains these qualities in a wide range of conditions while adhering to the Augmented level of a crisp bite and fresh, sweet taste. Intermediate Resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
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.
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
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.
Passion corn is one of the most tender and delicious yellow corn you can grow. This corn variety is a very delicious and easy to grow corn. If you want sweet, yellow tender corn with good holding ability after harvesting then the Passion corn variety is for you!
Eden is a game-changer as it unites the exceptional quality of taste and texture of the Augmented varieties with emergence and vigor. This high yielding and uniform sweet corn have a great tip fill and beautiful white kernels with even rowing. It is also easy to pick, packs well, and has held power from field to consumer. In trial after trial, Eden has proven itself to be exceptional on every level.
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
The Jubilee corn variety is an old-time favorite corn. Jubilee is one of the most popular varieties we sell and is excellent for late summer enjoyment. Its stalks reach 6 feet tall, and the 9 inch ears have deep, tender yellow kernels. You can pick it right off the stalk and cook for dinner. Jubilee is sure to make you happy as it is one of the great tasting corns on the market!
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
Get a jump start by planting the Trinity corn early in cooler soil! This corn variety is a slender, 8" ear that has 14-16 rows of fine-grained, tender-crisp, very sweet kernels. Trinity as strong germination for early, cool soil planting. The average plant height is 5'. This corn is great for cooler climates!
Providence corn is one of our favorite corns to grow for market use! This corn is a TripleSweet bicolor sweet corn with excellent eating quality that is suited for roadside and farm market sales. The husk package is medium green with moderate flags and covers the tip well. We're sure that this corn is going to be your's or your customer's 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
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.