CORN

Augmented Shrunken Sweet Corn

 

 

 

Optimum

 

 

 


 
 VarietyDaysKernal ColorEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar HeightDisease
 Optimum78Bicolor8"1.8"1876"20"MR, MS, MN
 

One of the best performing hybrids ever seen by the world's leading sweet corn breeders, who are using "scrumptious" and "tantalizing" to describe its superior eating quality and flavor. Excellent wrapper and tip fill. A hardy, productive plant.

 

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Yellow Supersweet Sweet Corn

 

 

Supersweet Jubilee

Xtra Sweet 82

  


 
 VarietyDaysEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar HeightDisease
 Illini Xtra Sweet877-8"2"1684"18"MS
 

The original supersweet. We still sell quite a bit, but can no longer recommend its eating quality.

 

 Supersweet Jubilee838.5"1.8"16-2072"36"MSO
 

Exceptional. Refined sweet flavor, smooth texture. A notably tender pericarp for an sh2.

 

 Xtra Sweet 82789"2"12-1448"15" 
 

Popular supersweet. Good emergence, husk protection, kernel color. Newer varieties offer much better eating quality.

 

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Synergistic or TripleSweet Sweet Corn

 

Avalon

Bojangles

Honey Select

 


 
 VarietyDaysKernal ColorEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar Height
 Avalon82White8.2"1.75"1672"24"
 

The first white TripleSweet, Avalon’s superb eating quality may be superior to every other white variety.

 

 Bojangles74Bicolor8"1.8"1488"20"
 

Bojangles produces an attractive ear with excellent eating quality and good husk protection on a sturdy plant, with early vigor. MN, MR, MS.

 

PHoney Select79Yellow8.5"2"18-2072"26"
 

2001 All America Selections Award. Big ear. Longer shelf life. Excellent flavor and tenderness. MS.

 

 

 

 

Serendipity

   


 
PSerendipity82Bicolor8"1.85"16-1884"30"
 

Much is claimed for this, the first Triplesweet variety — excellent seedling vigor, fine yield potential, clean plant, superb flavor. We continue to hear only compliments from those who grow it. MSO.

 

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Bicolor s.e. Sweet Corn

 

 

Colonial

Jackpot

  


 
 VarietyDaysGenotypeEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar HeightDisease
 Ambrosia75hm8"2"1678"20"HS
 

Excellent gourmet eating quality. One of the sweetest s.e. types.

 

 Bon Jour70hm7.5" 14-1680"20" 
 

Succulent Tablesweet® eating quality with an excellent package and refined ear for the early season. Good ear placement on a clean plant.

 

OGBrocade79hm8.5" 16-1886"22"HS
 

An outstanding "package", a clean plant with great tolgreat tolerance to Stewart's Wilt.

 

PColonial75hm8"1.75"16-1872"18"MN, MR, MS
 

Superior eating quality and delectable flavor meet a stellar disease package for improved yield potential.

 

 Fastlane67hm7" 14-1656"12" 
 

Beautiful early bicolor with an attractive, good-sized ear for the early season. Good cold soil vigor and good husk coverage. Great se eating quality.

 

 Jackpot84hm8.8"1.9"16-1872"28"HR, MN, MR, MSO
 

Excellent eating quality, consistent tip fill, and an impressive disease package. One of the best. Good for late season.

 

 Luscious57hm8" 16-1875"15" 
 

Excellent plant, package and heighted sweetness of the Tablesweet® eating quality. Attractive, blunt, large ear.

 

 Peaches & Cream Mid83ht8-8.5"1.7"16-1884"26"MS
 

Fair eating quality. Bland compared to hm (homozygous) types.

 

 Precious Gem80hm9" 16-2075"18"HR, HS
 

This reliable producer for multiple uses. Big ears with good husks snap easily from a clean plant that tolerates drought.

 

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Yellow s.e. Sweet Corn

 

Bodacious

Incredible

Sugar Buns

 



 
 VarietyDaysGenotypeEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar HeightDisease
PBodacious75hm8"1.8"1884"20"MR, MS
 

Multipurpose 2nd early. Very good quality. Widely used.

 

 Incredible84hm9.5"2"1896"30"MN, MR, MS
 

Superb eating quality. Good husk protection. Attractive.

 

 Kandy Korn84ht9"1.8"1696-108"31"MS
 

Still popular. Burgundy streaked plant. Bland compared to hm se.

 

 Sugar Buns71hm7.5"1.7"1478"20"MN
 

Hard to beat for delicious, very sweet first-early corn. One of the sweetest of the s.e. types.

 

 Tendertreat90ht9"1.8"16-1896-120"34"HR, MS
 Big tall plant, good yield potential, excellent quality for market.

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Sugary Enhancer (s.e.) Genotype, White Sweet Corn

 

 

 

Silver King

   
 VarietyDaysGenotypeEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar HeightDisease
 Silver King84hm8"1.9"1672-84"32"MN, MR, MS, MSO,SM
 

Superb eating quality and tip fill. Widely adapted. Good husk protection and disease tolerance.

 

 Silver Princess74hm7.5"2"18-2072"24"MN, MR
 

Great eating quality and good size for an early season white.

 

OGSugar Pearl73White8" 14-1678"16" 
 

Blocky ear. Sparkling white kernels. Clean crisp flavor is exceptional. Succulent texture.

 

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Normal Sugar (s.u.) Genotype

 

 

Silver Queen

Sweet G 90

  


 
 VarietyDaysGenotypeEar LengthEar DiameterRow CountPlant HeightEar HeightDisease
 Iochief86Yellow8"2"14-1678-84"36" 
 

Very old market variety. Long relegated to the home garden trade. Not recommended.

 

 Jubilee81Yellow8.5"1.8"16-20102"36"MR, MSO
 

Superb eating quality for a normal sugar made Jubilee the standard for many years.

 

 NK 19982Yellow8"2.5"19-2096"48" 
 

The original NK 199. Vigorous plant. Reliable producer. Among the best quality normal sugar types. Bland flavor compared to newer genetics.

 

 Silver Queen88White8"1.8"14-16108"30"HN, HS, MSO
 

Once the most well known variety. Widely adapted. Superb eating for a normal sugar genotype. Breeders will tell you in general that white kernels are just a little sweeter than yellow.

 

 Sweet G 9085Bicolor9"1.95"1696"30" 
 

Originally offered to Funks seed corn dealers, Sweet G–90 remains a farm favorite, particularly in the Southeast and Midwest (south of I-80). A reliable, rugged, vigorous hybrid.

 

HN or MN = High or Moderate resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight.
HSO or MSO = High or Moderate resistance to Southern Corn Leaf Blight.
HS or MS = High or Moderate resistance to Stewart's Wilt.
HR or MR = High or Moderate resistance to Rust.
SM = Notable resistance to or tolerance of Smut.

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Open-Pollinated Sweet Corn
 VarietyDaysEar LengthRow CountPlant Height
 Early Golden Bantam756.5"860-72"
 

Old–time favorite for home garden.

 

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.


 

Ornamental Corn and Popcorn

 

 

 

Ornamental Corn

 

  


 
 VarietyDaysEar LengthPlant Height
POrnamental Corn1108-9"7-8'
 

10% purple husks. Beautiful kernel col ors. Large ears. The standard "Indian corn."

 

 

 

Carousel Miniature

Robust Yellow Hybrid 20-70

  


 
PPopcorn, Carousel Miniature1003-4"6'
 

Red, blue, white, and yellow kernels are highly decorative. Popped fl akes are tiny and crisp.

 

 Popcorn, Robust Yellow Hybird 20-701097.5"7'
 

Terrific expansion ability makes flakes fluffy and tender. Very tasty. Excellent stalk strength and yield potential.

 

 Popcorn, Strawberry1052"3.5'
 

Strawberry shape and color, grown for its attractive ornamental quality.

 

ABOUT DAYS TO MATURITY: Relative maturity is based on trial data from southern and central Wisconsin and is used here only to show the order of maturity. Numerous growing condition variations may cause the actual number of days to maturity to vary greatly by location and season.

Items marked at left: P = packets; OG – organic packets.
See price list for items available in bulk and bulk-prepack.