Harvesting Corn All Summer Long - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Madeline Card
Meadowview, VA
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Question by roxiemax
July 3, 1999
Could you suggest varieties of sweet corn we could plant in our area for the longest availability of corn per season?

Answer from NGA
July 3, 1999
Corn has a tendency to ripen all at once. A really good way to keep the harvest coming over a long period of time is to plant corn seeds at two week intervals. That way you'll have corn ripening every two weeks. Kandy Korn takes 89 days from seed to harvest and is a popular choice. You might also try Breeders Choice or Early Sunglow; they're both popular at my house! Hope you have an excellent harvest!

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