Product review for Northern Xtra-Sweet Bicolor (sh2) Sweet Corn
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- Friday, October 07, 2011
Reviewed By: Andra (Mackay, ID)
We have grown this corn for the last 3 years. It is always wonderfully sweet, and we love it! Most of the time, our neighbors get a small corn crop, and this variety gives us at least double what everyone else is getting! It freezes well, blanched, and cut off of the cobs. Would recommend to everyone!!!
- Friday, September 16, 2011
Reviewed By: Cheri Sander (Jackson, MO)
We first tried this corn with other varieties. This was by far the best tasting one. This year we planted the bi-color and the yellow seed, and still prefer the bi-color. Freezes exceptionally well, tastes like fresh corn. We are happy with our yield, and will only plant the bi-color northern corn from here on out.
- Thursday, November 04, 2010
Easy to grow
Reviewed By: Richbug (Sandy Lake, PA)
Great germination in cool soil. Taste was marginal at best, not sweet. Very fine line between ripe and tough. Bodacious planted 7 days later, was ready only 10 days behind it in readiness. Bodacious blows this corn out of the water in every respect. This year I will wait a few days for the better corn.
- Monday, April 26, 2010
Reviewed By: BT (Redwood City, Ca)
Iíve pretty much grown all varieties of corn from gurneys and this seed is the easiest corn seed to grow. I donít plan to test out another seed because every year this seed produces a great crop. The stock is short, however you get a nice size ear (this corn does the best in wind). Also, youíre able to plant more in each row than other varieties. Use this seed as early crop ; then plant Silver Queen seed for later crop.
- Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Good early corn
Reviewed By: Theresa Topp (Hewitt, Minnesota)
First time planting this corn and it germinated very well. Flavor was good but not great like I hoped. We had a very cold spring and early summer and I think that didn't help. I am planning on planting again to see how it does this year. It had two ears on most stalks and plants withstood some bad wind/rain storms last fall. I would still recommend this to those wanting an early variety.