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Sweet Breed Bicolors TM

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These hybrids combine some of the best features of the su, se and sh sweet corn classes into excellent market varieties. They provide the seed quality and vigor of the su, the corn flavor and eating quality of an se and the high sugar, good shelf life and holding ability of an sh. The Sweet Breed™ hybrids are a solution to many of your production problems too, since they can be planted early and near su and se types. Isolate from supersweet (sh and shA), popcorn, field corn and ornamental corn. For best results, isolate from Normal Sugary (su) types. “Isolation” as used above can either mean at least 250 ft. apart, separated by an effective wind break, or 10 to 14 days difference in maturity because corn is wind pollinated.

Untreated and Organic varieties are identified with
or . Further information on seed type is provided on each variety page.

Photo of Sweet Corn Sweet Chorus F1 Insect Guard, Sweet Breed Bicolors
Sweet Corn Sweet Chorus F1 Insect Guard

Photo of Sweet Corn Sweet Chorus F1 Untreated, Sweet Breed Bicolors
Sweet Corn Sweet Chorus F1 Untreated

Photo of Sweet Corn Sweet Rhythm F1 Insect Guard, Sweet Breed Bicolors
Sweet Corn Sweet Rhythm F1 Insect Guard

Photo of Sweet Corn Sweet Rhythm F1 Untreated, Sweet Breed Bicolors
Sweet Corn Sweet Rhythm F1 Untreated


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