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Sweet Corn
Variety ID: 
The ultimate white corn – paramount in eating quality – juicy, succulent, and sweet! Delicious sweetness and crunchy texture deliver full-bodied flavor every time. Ears hold well on the stalk to extend the harvest over several days. White kernels. Medium green husks.

Application description

Variety specifications

Maturity Season: 
Mid-Early Summer
6 foot stalks
Warm Season
8" x 1.75" ears,ave. 16 rows
Widely adapted
Days To Harvest From Transplant: 
82 days from direct sow
Region Recommendations: 
Highly recommended for Eastern US
High Disease Resistance: 
None reported
Intermediate Disease Resistance: 
Et (Northern corn leaf blight caused by Exserohilum turcicum (=Helminthosporium turcicum), Pst (Stewart's wilt caused by Pantoea stewartii (=Erwinia stewartii)

Disease Footnotes

Footnote to sweet corn: the effectiveness of rust resistance genes in sweet corn will be determined by the variation of common rust races in each growing environment. Rust races are continually evolving, so that rust resistance genes that were effective in the past may suddenly and unexpectedly lose their effectiveness. It is necessary to scout for rust disease development, so that alternative disease control strategies can be deployed in the event that major gene resistance proves ineffective. Syngenta Seeds is an associate member of the International Seed Federation and supports the initiative to use consistent terminology to describe plant disease and resistance. For further information, see In cases where specific races or strains are not noted, the variety is resistant to some, but not necessarily all known races or strains of the pathogen. For complete disease resistance information, please visit