AMBROSIA BI-COLOR SWEET CORN 1/2 LB.
A bi-colored corn, noted for it's vigor and high tolerance to Stewart's Wilt. Corn is a warm season crop and should not be planted in cool soils.
- Sow corn seed 1 inch deep, 5 to 6 inches apart in rows 2 to 3 feet apart.
- Seedlings emerge in 7-14 days.
- When corn seedlings are 3-5 inches tall and healthy, thin to 1 foot apart.
Ears are 8 X 2 inches with 18 row count. Plant height is 78 inches. Sunflowers are good companion plant for corn. Direct sow sunflowers in rows parallel to corn rows to help separate corn varieties that need isolation from each other. Choose sunflower varieties of comparable height to the corn plantings.