Corn Variety - Knowledgebase Question

Acton, CA
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Question by nancze
August 18, 1999
I planted Stowells evergreen corn. It is doing very well, but the silks are a dark reddish color. What kind of corn is this? Is it a edible corn or is it decorative variety? Any information will be helpful.

Answer from NGA
August 18, 1999
Stowells Evergreen is an open-pollinated corn that matures in 100 days. The ears are 8" long, with about 14 rows of white kernels. It's an edible corn. There's also a 'sugar enhanced' variety called Hybrid Stowell's Evergreen. It, too, has white kernels and it matures in about 90 days. Happy eating!

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