Early Sunglow Corn (F1)
- 62 days.
- Early Sunglow Corn is a superior corn for on the cob freezing because of its very high sugar content and ability to retain the fresh corn flavor.
- Disease resistant; grows under cold, adverse conditions.
- Four foot tall plants produce two or more ears of golden yellow kernels that are narrow, sweet and tender.
Planting Directions: Sow seed in spring after all danger of frost has past and soil temperature is between 60° and 95°. Plant seed 1” to 1 1/2” deep, 3-4 seeds per hill spaced 4”-6” apart. Plant in blocks of 2-4 rows to optimize germination. Corn is a heavy feeder especially of nitrogen. Plant in well prepared soil amended with rich compost or a complete garden fertilizer. Successive plantings at 2-4 week intervals assures a steady supply of corn for several weeks. Plant in full sun. Water moderately and increase watering when tassels appear.