Sugary Standard White Corn

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This is the “standard” sweet corn you grew accustomed to from the 60’s through the 80’s. You’ve enjoyed its rich corn flavor and knew that the quality was ...
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This is the “standard” sweet corn you grew accustomed to from the 60’s through the 80’s. You’ve enjoyed its rich corn flavor and knew that the quality was best if picked and cooked “the same day”. Some varieties germinate quite well at 55° F. soil temperatures and quality is best if isolated from field corn, popcorn, ornamental corn and shrunken (sh) 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.
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