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Northern Xtra-Sweet Yellow (sh2) Sweet Corn
Early And Tender
(4 customer reviews)
The industry standard for Northern growers! Noted for cool soil emergence and seedling vigor. Gives you exceptional quality for an early variety— large, sweet, great-tasting 9-in. ears. Choose from Yellow or Bicolor Northern Xtra-Sweet. 67 DAYS.
Seed Counts: A packet of 250 sweet corn seeds sows a 50-ft. row. A 1/2-lb. packet of sweet corn seeds sows a 200-ft. row.
All Gurney's corn seed is now treated.
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This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
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- Thursday, May 20, 2010
Best In The North
Reviewed By: John (Ishpeming, Michigan's U.P.)
Tried Northern Xtra-Sweet in 2009. We are considered too far North for corn. Not so! In spite of abnormally cold weather, my mid May and 1st week of June plantings emerged and produced 2 to 3 tasty 8" ears by late August. I will grow this variety again and again.
- Monday, December 21, 2009
BEST OUT THERE
Reviewed By: alan bane (tollesboro, ky)
I have tried them all and IMO it's the best sweet corn out there.
- Monday, November 09, 2009
Great early corn
Reviewed By: Bill (Falkville, Alabama)
Planted this corn early and harvested in mid June in north Alabama. Very good flavor and followed second planting with Got to have it. No problem with cool soil with this variety. Guests at Sunday dinner rave about our home grown corn.
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