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The most popular and most delicious corn varieties

 The most popular and most delicious corn varieties


What kinds of corn do you know? Probably the first thing that comes to mind is Bonduelle's highly publicized sweet corn. However, in nature, such a variety simply does not exist, this is a good marketing move - Russians are very fond of sweet large corn sold under the trademark of the same name. In fact, the seeds that vendors in the market call "Bonduelle" are different varieties and hybrids of sweet corn. For example, the Bonduelle company itself in the manufacture of canned food uses such foreign varieties as Bonus, Spirit, etc.

Common corn subspecies

In order not to grow some completely unidentified variety on your plot under the guise of Bondueli, it is better to study the most popular, best varieties and hybrids of corn, and sow those that you like the most. So you will know for sure whether the purchased variety is resistant to diseases, how long to wait for the ripening of the ears, what taste they will have, and in what form they will be most delicious.

Most often for production and for personal purposes, early-maturing sweet corn varieties are grown.

Common corn, known abroad as maize, is subdivided into the following subspecies:

  • siliceous - used for the manufacture of corn sticks, flakes, cereals, etc.;
  • tooth-like - fodder corn for livestock feed, as well as cereals, flour and alcohol are made from it;
  • bursting, widespread in the United States;
  • starchy, used mainly in the alcohol and starch industry;
  • sugar used in the canning industry.

Video about varieties of sweet corn

Most often, for production and for personal purposes, early-maturing sweet corn varieties are grown, which have a pleasant sweet taste and have time to ripen well in our climate.

Among gardeners, corn hybrids offered by the Pioneer and Syngenta companies are especially popular. Syngenta corn is highly resistant to drought and other adverse factors. Pioneer corn is resistant to common diseases and pests, gives high yields even under unfavorable growing conditions. Pioneer maize seeds are suitable for growing for grain or silage.

The best varieties of corn with high taste qualities

Dobrynya

Grows well on any type of soil, is not afraid of mosaic, rust and wilting

A very sweet taste and large cobs are the main advantages for which Dobrynya corn is valued. This early hybrid is planted in May at a steady temperature of +10 degrees, grows up to 170 cm and forms an average of one and a half full cobs on a plant, at a height of 70 cm.It grows well on any type of soil, is not afraid of mosaics, rust and wilting. Dobrynya corn cobs can be harvested after sowing in 70 days, in the phase of milky ripeness, or when they turn yellow and dry out a little.

Gourmet 121

A high-yielding variety, resistant to various diseases with a growing season of 70-75 days. The corn grows up to one and a half meters in height, the cylindrical ears reach 20 cm. The wide, slightly elongated grains have a juicy sweet taste. In the phase of milky ripeness Gourmet is very tasty boiled, also suitable for canning and freezing.

Early Gold 401

Hybrid Early Gold resistant to common diseases

Low-growing sweet corn with a growing season of about 90 days. The ears reach an average size of up to 19 cm, the grains have a pleasant fresh taste in the milky ripeness phase, they are especially tasty when cooked and are excellent for canning. The Early Gold hybrid is resistant to common diseases.

Spirit

When grown through seedlings from the second half of April and planted in the ground by the end of May, Spirit corn ripens in just two months and yields a consistently high yield, regardless of the region. The plant grows to a height of two meters, the ears are 20 cm long and are filled with large yellow grains. Sufficient sugar in the grains provides Spirit hybrid with an excellent sweet taste that compares favorably with other sweet corn hybrids.

Video about growing sweet early corn at home

Sundance

This early-maturing variety is sown at the end of May, and the ears begin to be harvested after 70-95 days. On a stunted plant, one or two ears are formed with a diameter of five centimeters, about twenty in length. The yellow, slightly elongated grains are good fresh and canned.

Ice nectar

A popular late-ripening variety with excellent taste, it is considered almost the sweetest among other varieties. Sugar juicy grains of this type of corn in the phase of milky ripeness are good in fresh form. The yield is high, the cobs are large - up to 22 cm.


Proper care of Sansevieria at home

About 20 years ago, in almost every home, you could see a plant that is called "mother-in-law's tongue" - our mothers loved it for its unpretentiousness.

Nowadays, new exotic plants have partially replaced sansevieria, but in vain. A healthy, well-groomed plant will perfectly fit into the interior, especially if you plant it in a beautiful pot.

Sansevieria blooms very rarely and its flowers are inconspicuous - elongated leaves give it an attractive appearance, which, moreover, perfectly clean the air in the house. A plant of another species has shorter leaves of a fancy color.

Sansevieria juice in small quantities has medicinal properties, in addition, some magical features are attributed to the plant.


What are the best corn varieties?

The best varieties are the most common hybrids grown in different countries and available for purchase in the form of fresh ears and seeds. Why hybrids? Because it is they who are distinguished by their unpretentious care, high qualities of the plants themselves and the cobs.

The best varieties of corn

  • "Trophy F1" ripens 75 days from the day of sowing. For successful cultivation, it is important not to thicken the seeds during planting. The stem grows up to 2 meters. An ear of medium size - 23 cm, weighing up to 220 grams. Sweet grains have a rich yellow color. Can be eaten fresh and canned.
  • "Landmark F1" - a hybrid that ripens in 73-83 days. Sweet, can be stored for a long time. Head of cabbage up to 21 cm, the stem grows up to 195 cm. Each has up to 2 ears. Transportable, machine cleaning is possible. Disease-resistant, high-yielding, eaten fresh, canned.
  • "Ekselent" - a sugar hybrid of Russian selection. Heads of cabbage are long - up to 30 cm. The main condition for care is abundant watering. Requires timely spraying, as it is susceptible to diseases and pests.
  • Voronezh 80-A - an early ripening variety of sweet corn. Very popular for planting in Russia. Exported, used for canning, fresh consumption. Has pleasant fruity notes, sugar content - 14%. Productivity 45-50 c / ha.


The most popular varieties of corn: bonduelle, spirit, dobrynya, etc. - garden and vegetable garden

Hello! Please tell me the varieties of sweet corn late ripening

Any early variety and hybrid, planted later (planting dates are different by zone).
I sowed Spirit F1 on June 5-7. I tried it today. There are 3 cobs on the stalk, I broke the stepsons. The taste is good, but the grain is still small.

Landmark - seemed very sweet.


I was also in shock when I only cooked a torn off Landmark. it is not possible to eat, stupidly sugar and the taste of corn is not audible at all. At first I was upset because planted for sale. but then she quickly calmed down, tk. if it is not cooked immediately, but 15-20 hours after the break, the taste becomes very harmonious. What you need, tk. other varieties such as Legend, Sundance while I collect them, deliver them, sell them, and it is not yet a fact that the buyer will cook it right there. then the garbage turns out, the sugar goes away. Icemark does not lose its flavor for 3 days. checked: up:
py.sy. Thanks to the teamwork (http://forum.vinograd.info/showthread.php?t=7045) to everyone who organized and took part, although I didn’t participate (I was late), I did a lot of useful information on varieties there: smiling:

Maybe not completely in the subject, and probably too early. But still - where can you buy Russian nectars from us: Creamy, Ice, Honey.

People constantly go to Belarus, it's easier to buy there. Or look for contacts in Kharkov, Lugansk, etc. a lot of Russian seeds are imported there quietly.

What are her advantages, besides decorativeness?

... Well, firstly, these are not decorative varieties, and secondly, they are very productive. I haven't tasted it yet - it's a pity.

What does not mean decorative. Judging by the grain, it has nothing to do with sugar corn, rather semi-toothed, i.e. ordinary grain corn. I suppose it will taste like corn corn.
How thick were they planted and how many cobs were on the stalk?

You would like red corn, Larissa! Sweets at least

There should still be a fragrance :). I have all the handsome men to taste won the most ordinary-looking, in a basket.

There should still be a fragrance here. I have all the handsome men to taste won the most ordinary-looking, in a basket.

Larisa, for the Moscow region the size is simply fantastic!: Up:

This year I have also tried over the past 10 years worthy corn. Of course, I don’t remember the variety, or rather, I didn’t try to remember it because I had already lost faith that something worthwhile could come out of this swarm. But it didn't work out.
Moreover, I was surprised by both the taste and the harvest. Only a couple of rows were planted, and then it was free for shading cucumbers (0.5 x 2.5 m), a couple of seeds per hole. The stepchildren did not cut them off. There were 5-7 shoots in the bush, and what is most pleasant is that there are at least 2 ears of corn on the shoot. It just hit me. I even thought it was not more profitable to sow it and feed it. Probably the only inconvenience is that it will be difficult to dry. If on the stern there is 1 ear from the shoot, then on the sugar one and the stepsons bear fruit.

Viktor K, what varieties do you cultivate?

Viktor K, what varieties do you cultivate?

I have moved away from varieties, I prefer hybrids. This year sweet-Kokani, Legacy, and super-sweet-Rustler and Landmark.

For a samovar (to myself) what sort of hybrid, if only there was a result.
Where do you buy seeds from?

That's why I switched to hybrids because of the result. Seeds are very expensive, but they are worth it.
Landmark took here http://www.nashedelo.in.ua
Kokani, Legacy, Rastler packing from Antaria agrofirm.

[QUOTE = Nykolayal745109] For a samovar (to myself) that sort of hybrid if only there was a result.

Good evening.
I also think that for myself, without chasing a big harvest, you can plant varieties that are tasty and like them.
I planted a lot of corn hybrids (including sweet corn Early Lakomka, super-sugar Creamy Nectar), but I didn't always like the harvest, and the seeds are expensive, and the germination rate is not always good. However, the care of corn was minimal, without dressing, processing and removal of stepchildren, because. the main purpose was to protect against dry wind and create a little shading. Basically, the corn plants were not tall 1.6-1.8 m. I have been planting the Sugar variety since 1995, it may have been dusty with hybrids for a long time, but for the last 3 years I have been planting only with my seeds and It suits me perfectly, the yield is normal, the taste is good, moderately sweet, not like what is sometimes sold on the market (it can be very sweet, but the taste is disgusting (my husband once bought it, tried it, so he almost vomited). there were still rains, so the corn grew up to 2.5 -3 m in height. I plant 2-3 grains per hole with sprouted seeds, they grow well, do not get sick (ugh, ugh), in the winter I leave the stems for snow retention. I am quite satisfied with this and friends like it very much. If, of course, to the market, then another matter.
I tried to grow popcorn, but I didn't really like it. So far I stopped at Sugar.
In the photo, my corn, though I did not photograph the corn crop separately. Good luck to everyone.
Best regards, Kalinovka.

In the photo, my corn, though I did not photograph the corn crop separately. Good luck to everyone.
Best regards, Kalinovka. [/ QUOTE]

P.S. Here is a photo of corn, larger, though not this year.

Syngenta recommends pre-sowing treatment of seeds with Maxim, while all their seeds are colored, This is a recommendation for those seeds that are not treated with anything. And branded hay is processed, so they do not need to be processed.

The problem is not in the seeds, I am sure of this, because many have a good result.
Not soaked - they said the processed ones did not soak, maybe it was still necessary.

Sweet corn is a more delicate and demanding crop than regular corn corn. It is grown either through seedlings or direct sowing. In order for its entrances with direct sowing to appear together and evenly before sowing, the seeds must be warmed up in the sun or in a warm place at a temperature of 25 ° C for five days, after which they must be soaked in warm water for a day.

And here's how they do it on an industrial scale:
SEEDING (PLANTING SEEDLING)
You can grow sweet corn in both seedling and non-seedling ways. The seedling method is more expensive and laborious, but if the technology is observed, it is also more profitable, since commercial products can be obtained 15-20 days earlier. For this, use 20-day seedlings. When the soil at a depth of 8-12 cm warms up to + 14-16 ° C and the threat of the last frost has passed, it is planted in open ground. Using film shelters (agrofibre), plants can be planted another 5-7 days earlier and at the same time receive ultra-early environmentally friendly products. It is necessary to plant seedlings in a well-moistened soil. 2-3 days after planting, the dead plants are replanted and watering for the survival of the seedlings. After that, for 5-7 days, the plants are not watered to allow the seedlings to take root well, reaching for moisture by the roots. It is necessary to plant seedlings on cloudy days or in the evening.
More common is the seedless method of growing sweet corn. With this method, the necessary element is the preparation of seeds for sowing. The simplest and most affordable preparation method is air-thermal heating of seeds. It increases the germination energy of seeds and their germination capacity. It is carried out on warm sunny days for 3-4 days. To do this, the seeds are scattered on a tarp with a layer of up to 15 cm and stirred 3-4 times a day. Before sowing, the seeds are soaked for 24 hours in clean warm water at a temperature of + 25-30 ° C. The soaked seeds are kept for 10-12 days at a daytime temperature of + 20 ° C and at night + 6 ° C, stirring them daily. This technique accelerates the emergence of seedlings by an average of 3 days and has a beneficial effect on the further growth and development of plants.

Source: irrigation.org.ua (http://irrigation.org.ua/?p=123)

Hello!
This year corn has not grown at all (fold seeds)
What I didn’t do - the earth was dry, I shed it well, I didn’t soak the seeds. I sowed the usual (the grain is not raisins), everything has sprung up, but I would like to try the tasty all the same - I ordered it again in a fold - who will advise what.

Problems can be with birds, sprout flies and other earthen animals.
Every year I cover crops with agrofibre until the plants reach 15-20cm. Agrofibre saves not only from birds and perfectly retains moisture, but also accelerates growth.

Could you tell me which variety is used for conservation by Bonduelle?
Also tell me which of these varieties is the most productive and tasty with a large corn cob and excellent sugar Jubilee F1, Trophy F1, Sundance F1, Spirit F1, Landmark F1, Excellent, Challenger and Landjeron?

Bonduelle uses different varieties for preservation.
Now there is a fold in the seeds and all the corn seeds presented in it are not only very sweet, but also very fruitful and with an excellent grain consistency (Trophy, Landmark, Excellent).

And what about the pollination - or do you buy seeds every year? I, almost this year, will sow Bloody Butcher-bordeaux, Hopi corn Blue-blue, fodder treats yellow, so I think it would not be pollinated. 1st and last and normal.

Corn, which grows nearby only if the flowering time does not coincide, will not be pollinated.Otherwise, the results can be seen (especially if varieties with different seed colors) already in the same year - foreign seeds are found in the cobs. Verified by personal experience.

I look and look at these Japanese and I still don’t understand. Okay turnips, okay soybeans, but how can you sow corn so close. And plus all this together on 1 bed.

Tell me the sort of corn. Last year I planted it, but lost the label. The shanks are large, so sweet that you can eat it raw. From memory, it seems like a variety of Japanese selection, or maybe not.

Do you think we only grow 1 variety of Japanese (or maybe not) selection? It may be a Sakatova hybrid of Hani Bentham (http://www.nashedelo.in.ua/semena/sakata/294--sakata.html).
Search here (http://www.agronom.info/cat/seeds/vegetable-seeds/sweet-corn/).
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Do you think we only grow 1 variety of Japanese (or maybe not) selection? It may be a Sakatova hybrid of Hani Bentham (http://www.nashedelo.in.ua/semena/sakata/294--sakata.html).
Search here (http://www.agronom.info/cat/seeds/vegetable-seeds/sweet-corn/).
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I don't know how punishable it is to get into a skirmish with a modernist. Thanks for the tip. But the Spirit F1 I grow has a low taste. If someone asked about him, I would not recommend it. So I'm asking, can someone tell me. :)

Staples, like a minimum, probably half a meter long, almost effortlessly. The preparation of the land is probably done, how to say? Centralized or what?

Well, 40 centimeters for sure. Obviously, the preparation of the land was not only centralized, but also deep (25-30 cm), then another 15-20 cm was raked up the beds, 20 days before planting. So it turned out "perinka". Chezh do not stick a bar into this. There is further a plot, as this Japanese man his corn, picking a panicle by hand, pollinating. Well, he pulled out a carrot already for a meal. By the look of the root crop, long and even, it is immediately clear about the quality of the preparation of the land. I have seen such pieces licked with my hands only in Afghanistan. Well, there is understandable areas for agriculture, only about 10%, the rest of the mountains. Well, here instead of mountains, the ocean. And there really are many from the earth who live, we will not understand this for a long time.

I don't know how punishable it is to get into a skirmish with a modernist. Thanks for the tip. But the Spirit F1 I grow has a low taste. If someone asked about him, I would not recommend it. So I'm asking, can someone tell me. :)

Well, what a skirmish is this, this is a dialogue. You just started it in an original way, by submitting a description of an unknown variety / hybrid under which all varieties of sweet corn fall. : D

As for Spirit F1 (http://www.syngenta.com/country/ru/ru/seeds/vegetables/sweet-corn/Pages/spirit.aspx), this is Su-type corn, and there was no need to expect any special sweetness from it initially. Her strong point is productivity, unpretentiousness and early maturity.

I'll tell you a little about the types of sweet corn so that you can understand it. For a long time, geneticists have used three genes to increase the sugar content of corn. It was they who formed the basis for the division of varieties and hybrids of sweet corn:
• normal sweetness - "Su" or Normal "Su" (from Sugary - "sugar"), with a standard sugar content (4–8%) and a large amount of starch at maturity
• increased sweetness - "Se" (from sugar enhanced - "increased sugar content"), with a sugar content of 7 to 15% and an average starch content in a mature state
• super sweet - "Sh 2" (from shrunken 2 - "shriveled 2" or supersweet - "super sweet"), with a very high sugar content (from 12% to 28%) and practically free of starch.

If the type "Sh 2" is indicated in the description of the corn hybrid, you can safely take and plant. Very sweet corn will grow, even sweeter than grapes. Honey Bentham F1 is just that type.
However, it is much more difficult to grow it than fodder (or grain) and even sugar type "Su". Varieties and hybrids with the "Su" gene are most adapted to stressful environmental conditions, they are more productive. For germination of its seeds, a temperature of 9-13 ° C is required - the same as for ordinary corn. The sugar content of this "standard" sweet corn is 4-8%.
Improved sweet corn "Se" germinates at a temperature of 13-16 ° C, has 7-15% sugar. But it is more demanding not only for heat, but also for moisture, fertilizing and soil fertility.
Super sweet corn is the most moody. It is the most difficult to grow it. First, the seeds have a reduced germination and germination energy. Secondly, for seed germination, it requires a high temperature - 15 ° C and higher.
And given that it also needs a lot of moisture to grow it, it is extremely problematic to grow super-sweet corn in the field by direct sowing into the ground. It should be watered often, sown thickly. In addition, grains with the Sh 2 gene are very fragile and easily damaged (I wrote above about the peculiarities of preparing for sowing super sweet corn (http://forum.vinograd.info/showthread.php?p=761281#post761281)).

You can read more about the types of sweet corn here (http://translate.google.com.ua/translate?hl=uk&sl=en&tl=ru&u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.uvm.edu%2Fvtvegandberry%2Ffacts heets% 2Fcorngenotypes.html) and here (http://translate.google.com.ua/translate?hl=uk&sl=en&tl=ru&u=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sweet_corn&sandbox=0&usg=ALkJrhi2E8GuoqN5hlj7Out If you are interested in genetics, read this abstract (http://www.google.com.ua/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=web&cd=6&ved=0CFAQFjAF&url=http%3A%2F%2Foldvak.ed.gov. ru% 2Fcommon% 2Fimg% 2 Fuploaded% 2Ffiles% 2Fvak% 2Fannouncements% 2Fselhos% 2 F2009% 2F15-06% 2FSuprunovAI.doc & ei = XTLgUoyVMcO84ATBv4HoAw & usg = bvdbv4HoAw & usg = bvqjcnh2cIrv2GE5.

Staples, like a minimum, probably half a meter long, I’m unlikely to drive such into the ground, but here, almost without effort

The structure of the soil is such, most likely because compost is added several times a year, plus mulching. And also note that he does not walk in the garden after covering it with a film.

it looks like an artificial bed. if you look closely, the level of the road is half a meter lower, and there is also a concrete side. Maybe here they change or update the earth regularly, and level them with a cutter, in the manufacture of which they are ahead of the rest of the planet. and corn is planted quite closely, maybe they like to use sprouts, well, like young bamboo.

There is further how he dug a groove in two bayonets deep in late autumn and poured a bucket of kitchen waste into it, raked up plant residues there, sprinkled it with something like ash. shelter. he also has a large plot with a greenhouse, there he also buries all the remnants and plants something all the time. I was interested in what he sprays, in one video he tears the grass. he cuts it finely, then sprinkles it, I don’t remember under oppression, more than 40 days, decant and receives yellow and brown solutions. I wonder what gets, feeding or repels insects.

There is further how he dug a groove in two bayonets deep in late autumn and poured a bucket of kitchen waste into it, raked up plant residues there, sprinkled it with something like ash. shelter. he also has a large plot with a greenhouse, there he also buries all the remnants and plants something all the time. I was interested in what he sprays, in one video he tears the grass. he cuts it finely, then sprinkles it, I don’t remember under oppression, more than 40 days, decant and receives yellow and brown solutions. I wonder what gets, feeding or repels insects.

Something seems to me that I poured a fermentation accelerator (what we pour into the cesspools periodically). It allows you to get compost in 30 days in summer and 60 days in winter, as well as to avoid a specific smell during fermentation of waste. The first is more important.
Then, compost tea is made from this compost: D they are treated with perfumes to strengthen immunity and nutrition for one.
I hope I'm on the right track: smiling:

Everything was interesting to me, what it sprays, in one video it tears the grass. It cuts it finely, then sprinkles it, I don’t remember under oppression, more than 40 days, it decant and gets yellow and brown solutions. I wonder what it gets, feeding or repelling insects.

Most likely a fertilizer, such as compost tea. The Japanese began to grow crops of useful microflora earlier than anyone else and advanced in this the farthest.

can open a topic about a Japanese garden?

I don't know about the topic, but the videos contain a lot of interesting things, for example 120211 from February 11, 2012. I ask the moderators to move to the desired topic, this one is about corn, I think, to the topic Alkaline soil.

[QUOTE = oldgrey783275] I look, I look at these Japanese and I still don’t understand. Okay turnips, okay soybeans, but how can you sow corn so close. And plus all this together on 1 bed.

Well, if compatible crops of different heights and ripening periods are grown, then corn will probably grow among them. I was interested in something else, but how to water and feed? Something I did not notice the drip irrigation under the film, maybe I missed it, I seemed to be looking closely. How can sweet corn and everything else grow without watering? He didn't even water the seedlings: shok:

How can sweet corn and everything else grow without watering? He didn't even water the seedlings: shok:

In spring, there is enough moisture in Japan, look in other videos - watering with a watering can and feeding the same way.

Advise 2-3 varieties of sweet corn, preferably already proven and reliable varieties, that is, those that must grow in every garden!

Trophy F1, Landmark F1, Excellent, Chamo.

Recommend 2-3 varieties of sweet corn

I really like Sheba F1, Legend F1.

But often these seeds are of poor quality, they may not sprout. Look at the manufacturer. So I have my own sweet corn as a safety net. A long time ago already acquired from Kripak A. from the village. Mishurin Rog called Candy and Chomora Iehito. Every year I harvest my seeds and have a guaranteed delicious sweet corn. We eat enough and freeze the boiled one already.

She kept the cobs on the balcony. In cold weather it was -3. I had to check the germination. 100% - well, good!
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The best varieties of corn for any region of Russia

Cultivated (sugar) grain corn comes from Central America (by and large, this information for summer residents "on the drum", but for many school graduates this is a discovery). In the era before Columbus, the Old World, unlike melons (here is a list of all the best for these fruits), did not know this vegetable. But now it is rare that any dacha or vegetable garden is not “replete” with corn brooms.

Our heroines need a lot of heat and sunlight, so in most of the summer cottages, regardless of their location in various regions of Russia, only early varieties of corn are in great demand - of course, its best representatives.

Recently, the demand for hybrids has greatly increased - with a full-fledged ovary and increased sweetness. Unfortunately, hybrid kernels cannot be set aside for subsequent sowing.

But this does not limit us in any way, so below I will present the best varieties of corn that have been tested more than once in many dachas (provided that the appropriate fertilizers are applied to the soil).

Spirit, Boston and Morning Song are included in the State Register since 2002, Sympathy and Golden Ice in 2009, 2011, respectively. But the Golden Harvest in this perspective "suffered", which, however, does not detract from its characteristics.

Ultra-early maturing corn can be sown directly into the ground, but it is better - in a warmed bed (like a cucumber). Medium early forms are recommended to be grown through seedlings.

Varieties of the best corn hybrids for growing in different regions (description and photo)

Spirit F1

This is one of the earliest ripening sweet corn hybrids (66-68 days). Created by the Dutch company Syngenta. It adapts successfully in various climatic zones.

The bush develops very quickly, quickly increases the yield. The stem is of medium length (no more than 2 meters). The first ears are laid early - at a height of half a meter from the ground.

They are 4-6 cm in diameter, 18-22 cm in length.

The grains are large (up to 1 cm), bright yellow, with a high sugar accumulation (6%, almost like a watermelon), suitable for raw consumption. Up to 100 kg of cobs are harvested from 10 square meters.

The seeds in them are arranged in 14-16 rows, without voids.

The time guide for the lion's share of the regions: sowing corn for seedlings - the end of April, planting in a summer cottage - the end of May (frosts are excluded!).

Boston F1

An early Dutch hybrid from the Syngenta agricultural firm. Corn is ready to harvest in 72-75 days from the beginning of the growing season. The tops of maize reach 130-200 cm, showing excellent disease resistance. The ears are 5 cm wide and 20-22 cm long.

The rich yellow kernels sit in 15-18 rows. They are massive (1.2 cm), with an excellent sugar content - up to 6%. The potential yield of the variety is very high. Sowing the grains, without soaking them, is done directly into the ground, and you can decide (according to the climate of the region) yourself with the cover of the sprouts.

Gold Ice F1

Russian hybrid corn from the Gavrish company with medium early ripeness (75-80 days).

The first full-bodied ears (20 × 5 cm) are formed at a distance of 0.6 meters from the soil surface. The grain is light yellow, juicy, with a melting taste. Great for fresh consumption and frozen blanched.

Fruitfulness - from 8 kg per square meter - will delight us in August or early September.

F1 Golden Harvest

Early ripening sweet corn, resistant to temperature extremes and cold snaps. Two-meter vegetable creatures bring on average 3 ears of 16-19 cm long. The grains of the variety are amber-yellow, tender, sweet. Suitable for all types of processing.

Morning song F1

This is a hybrid of Russian-bred maize from the Sedek agricultural firm. Suitable for various regions of Russia. The ears are ready for harvesting in the early and mid-term (approximately 3 months after germination). In cool to medium regions, it is recommended to cultivate through seedlings.

Bushes of moderate vigor, no more than one and a half meters. They are prone to the formation of lateral shoots, sometimes they need pinching. The ears of the variety are cylindrical, about 18 cm, weighing a quarter of a kilogram. They are characterized by increased sugar content - up to 8%. The hybrid is demanding on food and moisture supply.

Cooking use is versatile.

F1 sympathy

Early maturing corn from the Russian company "Sedek" (85 days). At the crown, the variety reaches almost two meters in height. The cobs are cylindrical, with a clear taper. Size about 16 cm, average weight 220 grams. Seeds are light yellow. The tasting score of boiled and canned corn is very good. Moderate sweetness.


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