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  • Bodacious F1 Corn-SE/SU

    Bodacious F1 Corn-SE/SU

    75 days.
    This corn is a name you will remember. An exceptional sweet variety with deep yellow kernels and very tender large 8" ears, with 18 rows of kernels. Nice tall and sturdy stalks.
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  • Dakota Ivory Corn-Organic

    Dakota Ivory Corn-Organic

    An early white open pollinated corn devolped from Native American seed stock by Steve Zwinger. Dakota Ivory is a dry flour corn that grinds easily with a sweet unigue taste. It can also be eaten as a white sweet corn. Plants are 4-6 feet tall with 1-2 ears per plant. Eare averae 6-8" with 10-12 rows per ear. It is tolerant to cool soils with good seedling vigor.
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  • Earlivee F1 Corn-SE/SU

    Earlivee F1 Corn-SE/SU

    69 days

    Great flavor for an early variety. Dependable, 6-7 inch ears with 12 rows, filled to the tip. Good cold soil emergence. Developed in Canada. Five foot tall plants.
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  • Extra Early Golden Bantam Corn-Organic-Heirloom

    Extra Early Golden Bantam Corn-Organic-Heirloom

    Venerable yellow sweet corn heirloom. Earlier version of the famous Golden Bantam. 5-6" cobs with 8 rows of large bright yellow kernels. Smaller 5' tall plants can be spaced closer together. Does great in cold soils and can be used to roasting ears!
    Price From: $3.55
  • Fishers Earliest Corn-Organic

    Fishers Earliest Corn-Organic

    Open pollinated ears average 6" long. Vigorous, multi-colored stalks of red and green reach 5-6' with usually one ear per plant sitting 18" high on stalk. Short season growers.
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  • Frosty F1 Corn-SE

    Frosty F1 Corn-SE

    70 Days


    Sugar enhanced white corn with attractive single stalked plant. 8\" cylindrical ears with 16 rows. A favorite in areas where white corns are grown. Sweet flavor. Keeps well. Tolerates Stewarts wilt and Northern Corn leaf blight.
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  • Growing The Best Corn

    Growing The Best Corn

    By Nancy Bubel. Covers types of corn, planting, pollination, pest control, and more.
    $3.95
  • Incredible F1 Corn-SE/SU

    Incredible F1 Corn-SE/SU

    63 days.
    An improved gourmet yellow sweet corn that has the quality of late season varieties. Its 9½ inch ears are bigger than any other early or mid-season variety we've trialed, with 18 rows of tender, sweet and juicy kernels. Incredible has good cold soil emergence and early vigorous growth under less than ideal conditions. Resistant to Stewart's Wilt, Rust and Northern Blight.
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  • Luscious F1 Corn-SE-Organic

    Luscious F1 Corn-SE-Organic

    Tender and sweet with good corn flavor. Large 8", easy to pick ears with 16-18 rows of kernals. 6' plants. Widely adapted to northern climates. Good market variety. Resists rust and wilt.
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  • Painted Mountain Corn-Organic

    Painted Mountain Corn-Organic

    Most adapted corn for the cold, mountain regions of the west. Very early, tolerates high winds, cold nights, and drought. 7" ears in full range of colors. Excellent multi-color flour corn!
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  • Quickie F1 Corn-SE/SU

    Quickie F1 Corn-SE/SU

    68 days.
    One of the earliest bi-colors we’ve trialed. Appealing 7 inch long, 12-row ears on productive 5½ foot tall plants. Great taste. Reliable.



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  • Spring Treat F1 Corn-SE

    Spring Treat F1 Corn-SE

    Early yellow corn with large 8.5" ears and 11 rows of sweet, tender kernals. Better table quality than Kandy Kwik. Sturdy 5' plants with good cool soil emergence. Excellent first early market variety.
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