Early synergistic variety
Ideal for canning, freezing, fresh eating
Very sweet flavor and tender-crisp texture
Slow sugar to starch conversion
Early-maturing, synergistic, yellow corn has an amazingly sweet, tender taste. Produces 16-18 rows of glossy, golden kernels that fill the 7½-8½ in. ears. The blunt-tipped ears are wrapped in handsome husks with long, attractive flag leaves. Delicious fresh, canned or frozen. Synergistic hybrids have a very high sugar content, tender-crisp texture and slow conversion of sugars to starches. When planting, isolate from super-sweet (sh2) and normal or high-sugar (su) hybrids. Seeds should be spaced 10-12 in. apart in rows 36 in. apart. For adequate pollination, plant corn seeds in blocks of at least four rows. Approx. 250 seeds per pkt. 73 DAYS.
Zea mays ‘Inferno’
Spacing:10-12 inch plant spacing. 36 inch row spacing. Plant in blocks of at least 4 rows for adequate pollination.
Depth:1 – 2 inches deep.
Spread:1-1 1/2 feet.
Light Required:Full Sun
Size:250 Seed Pkt
Fruit:7 1/2 – 8 1/2 inch ears of 16-18 rows of glossy yellow, delectably sweet kernels that nicely the ear. Ears are set at 20 inches.
Days To Maturity:73 Days
Germination:6 – 10 Days
Form:Vegetable Synergistic Corn
Soil Requirements:Needs deep, well-drained, fertile soil, pH 6.0 to 6.8 and consistent moisture.
Growth Rate:Moderaate growth rate.
Seed Count:Approximately 250 sees per packet, sows 50 foot row., 1/2 lb. approx. 1,000 seeds sows 250 foot row.
Foliage:Attractive, dark green husks. Attractive flag leaves.