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When and Where to Plant: Select sunny location and plant after the last
frost. Soil should be fertilized with vegetable food and cultivated. To insure
good pollination sow seed in blocks of at least 4 rows side by side rather
than one long row. For succession, plant every 3 weeks until early summer.
Care: Cultivate weekly or mulch to control weeds. Fertilize when plants are 12-18”/30-46 cm.
Harvesting: Pick when silks turn brown and ears are firm. Test by piercing a few kernels with thumbnail. The skin should be tender and the juice should look “milky”. to get the best tast, pick, cook, and eat the same day.
5CORN (Packet: +/- 32 seeds) - Out of stock.
5CORNQP (1/4 Pound)
5CORNLB (1 Pound)
|Botanical Name||Zea mays|
|How to Grow||Direct Sow|
|Planting Depth||1.5 inches|
|Seed Spacing||4-6 inches|
|Row Spacing||30-36 inches|
|Space After Thinning||8-12 inches|
|Days to Germination||5-10|
|Days to Harvest||60-90|
|In the Kitchen||Canning, Freezing, Steaming|
|Mature Height||60-72 inches tall (5-6 feet)|
|Is It Heirloom?||Yes|
|Neonicotinoid-Free||Yes - Learn More|
|Ships to Canada||Yes|
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Comments about American Meadows Heirloom Golden Cross Bantam Corn Seeds:
SOWED DIRECTLY IN MID MAY THROUGH EARLY JUNE. PLANTED TOO CLOSE TOGETHER BUT FRIEND HAD ME THIN THEM OUT BUT I WASN'T EDUCATED ENOUGHT TO REALLY UNDERSTAND HOW OR WHAT I WAS DOING SINCE I HAD NOT GROWN CORN BEFORE..I ONLY LOST TWO OR THREE AFTER MOVING THEM, BUT I DID NOT PLANT ENOUGH AT THE RIGHT SPACING TO POLLINATE WELL AND I DID NOT FIGURE OUT HOW TO DO IT BY HAND UNTIL AFTERWARDS. BUT THEY DID GIVE OFF A GOOD YEILD, AT LEAST TWO EARS PER STALK, NICE BIG ONES, KERNALS THAT DID DEVELOPE WERE SWEET AND BIG, JUST DID NOT FILL EAR UP. ENDED FEEDING THE EARS TO MY DOGS FOR TREATS, WHICH THEY EAT UP EVERY INCH.
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