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«Capital» - Organic Corn Seeds

1.14 €
Mid-early variety, plant height 260-270 cm, ear attachment height 90-95 cm, number of leaves 15-16, ear length 21-22 cm, grain rows 16, grain yield 82-84%, cob core red.

  • Packet Weight 10/100/1000: 

  • Manufacturer country: Ukraine
  • Product code: 13698-10
  • Available: a lot of
  • Germination: 90%
  • Unit: Grams
  • Crop year / Production date: 2021
  • Shelf life: 5 years

  • Organic Corn «Sweetie»

    The height of the plant is 260-270 cm. The height of the ear attachment is 90-95 cm. The number of leaves is 15-16. The length of the cob is 21-22 cm. The rows of grains are 16. The yield of grain is 82-84%. The stem of the cob is red.

    Biological features. Ripeness group mid-early FAO 270. Duration of the germination-full ripeness period 107-110 days. Initial growth is rapid. Cold resistance is high. Drought resistance is high. Lodging resistance is high. Resistance to lodging of ears is high. Resistance to fly smut is high. Resistance to blister smut is high. Resistance to stem rot is high. Resistance to corn moth is high.
     

    How to Grow

    Corn needs a spot with that gets full sun and has fertile, well-drained soil with a pH of 6.0 to 6.8. Seedlings can be set out as soon as the last spring frost has passed. Space plants 8 to 12 inches apart. In case of a surprise late frost, be prepared to cover seedlings with a fabric row cover. In cold climates you can plant in a raised bed covered with black or IRT plastic (infrared transmitting plastic) that will warm the soil. If possible, lay the plastic a week or so before planting.

    Plan to fertilize twice because corn is a hungry plant. Before setting out seedlings, amend the soil with compost and mix a balanced organic or timed-release fertilizer into the soil. About a cup of 10-10-10 per 10 feet of row is a good general rate, but be sure to check and follow rates given on the label of any fertilizer you are using. About 6 weeks or so later, when the plants start to produce tassels, fertilize them again. (If you amend the soil with cottonseed meal or other high-nitrogen amendment, it may not be necessary to feed the second time.)

    Use a hoe or trowel to mix the fertilizer into the top inch of soil between the plants. After this booster feeding, water your corn once or twice weekly if the weather is hot and dry. Normal plants should grow fast with dark green healthy leaves. Corn will tell you if it is hungry by turning very light green. If so, feed again.

    Corn grows fast and needs lots of water to grow properly. It also has shallow roots that make it susceptible to drought. Soaker hoses will insure that your corn gets the water it needs. However, for a large planting, soaker hoses may not be practical.