I planted the final block of sweet corn. I don't know if the season will be long enough, or warm enough for long enough, for a harvest of such a late planting. But if I don't plant it, I could miss out on some sweet corn. This is the first yellow variety that I planted, for variety sake. This is a sugary enhancer (se) type, NOT GMO, 75 days to maturity so fairly early compared to some that are 100 days.
I take my I-pad to the store and research varieties that I'm curious about. This is info on the sweet corn variety, "Bodaceous" via ufseeds.com:
Beautiful, uniform, well-filled ear.
High quality yellow sweet corn that has large, mouth-watering kernels. Bodacious has 18 rows and 8" ears. Kernels are delicious, sugary and very tender. Bodacious is great for fresh eating, freezing and canning. A popular yellow market variety that holds well once picked. Tolerates cold weather conditions better than most.
Days to Maturity: 80-90 days
Ear Length: 8" inches
Ear Diameter: 2" inches
Plant Height: 84" inches
Ear Height: 28" inches
Genotype: Sugar Enhanced (SE)
Resistance: MS, MR
First Zucchini picked today. Not bad, June 21.
|Beans from old seeds. 6.21.16|
|Corn Seeds Planted 6.21.16|
|Corn Seeds Planted. 6.21.16|
|First Zucchinin of the Year. 6.21.16|