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Kandy Korn (se) Sweet Corn
Famous for Its Sweet Flavor
(7 customer reviews)
Succulent 8-in. ears hold at peak quality for up to 2 weeks. Notably tender and juicy, with 14-16 full rows of kernels. Creamy texture, delicate flavor and great for freezing. Pretty, red-hued leaves. 81 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.
Sweet Corn Types.
This item ships at the proper planting time for your region in both spring and fall.
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- Sunday, April 15, 2012
Reviewed By: p (cumming , georgia)
i have been growing candy corn for over three years and before now it was amazing far better than any other variety in flavor pest resistance and germination my family and the bees loved it but now that gurneys is making all of there seed treated i will never buy anything from them again! the supposedly improved corn seed is not improved at all far less than ten percent of what i planted actually grew and what did grow tasted dreadful and killed my bees colony collapse disorder the "treatment" that they give the seed is basically smothering it in systemic pesticides and oils.i will miss my candy corn.
- Thursday, November 11, 2010
Reviewed By: Tammie (Hayden, Idaho)
I have a very short growing season here and have had very little success with corn over the years. Even this year when the season started very late, I was able to grow this variety with success. The stalks were over 10 feet tall and each one had 4 to 5 ears of corn on them. They were very large, and very sweet. We had 2 50 ft rows of corn and were able to eat plenty of fresh corn, share quite a bit and still put 30 bags in the freezer. It freezes well, barbques well, cooks well and holds it's flavor well. I will continue to grow Kandy Korn!!
- Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Reviewed By: Scott Golliver (Muskegon, Mishigan)
the plant was over 6foot tall but the ears got to no biger then 4 incs. not happy
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