Medium sized ears 18 cm (7″) long filled to the tip with 12-14 rows of sweet, buttery kernels. Tight green husk gives good coverage and is quite easy to pick. A good variety for both home and commercial growers. Irrigation essential. Resistant to Common rust and Northern Corn Leaf-Blight.
How to Grow
6 seed/gram. When planting in rows, space the seed 10-15 cm (4-6″) apart, later thinning to 20-30 cm (8-12″) apart with the rows 55-75 cm (22-30″) apart. To ensure proper pollination, plant at least 3 to 4 rows. Corn can also be planted with 3 to 4 seeds per hill in hills spaced 30 cm (12″) apart. Plant 250 gr (1/2 lb) to a 30 m (100′) row; 4.5-6.8 kg (10-15 lbs) per acre. Work in a good general vegetable fertilizer at planting, keep weeds under control and the soil evenly watered through the season.