Description Medium-early variety of sweet corn. The plants grow up to 1,4–1,5 m height. Ears are long, 2–3 on one stem, grains are yellow and have a good taste. They are rich in sugar, starch, vitamins and protein. Ears are picked in mid-August, when grains are soft and juicy. Suitable for fresh use, canning, freezing. Grow best in fertile and humid, soil permeable...
Description Medium early sweet corn variety. Plants grow up to 1–4 m in height. Cobs are long,2–3 on the stem. Suitable for raw consumption, canning, freezing. Grows best in fertile and moist, water and air permeable soil.
Description Early sweet corn hybrid, standing out for high-yields, plant strength and good plant health. Vegetation duration – 100 days after sowing. Plants grow to a height of 170–190 cm. Produces yellow and extremely sweet 20–25 cm long corncobs weighing approx. 250–320 g. Consumed fresh, suitable for processing. Grows best in fertile and moist, water and air...
Description Early sweet corn variety. Vegetation period is 90 days. The plants grow up to 180–220 cm height, produce sweet little yellow ears. Corn is eaten fresh, can be processed and canned. Grow best in humid, fertile soil permeable to water and air.
Description Very early, disease-resistant sweet corn hybrid. Duration of vegetation – 95 days. Plants grow up to 140–160 cm in height. Produces very sweet bicolour (75% yellow seeds, 25% white seeds) corncobs weighing approx. 240–310 g and 18–23 cm long. Consumed fresh. Grows best in fertile and moist, water and air permeable soil.
Description Early, dwarf, sweet corn variety. Vegetation period – 90 days. Sown into warm (+8–10 °C) soil or planted as seedlings. Plants are branched, 70–90 cm tall. Cobs are 8–12 cm long, sweet. Corn can be consumed fresh, cooked, roasted, canned, frozen
Description SWEET CORN TAURIS F1 Sweet corn is vegetable which requiring high temperature. Cobs can be boiled, canned. Corn is planted or sown outdoors after frost. Grown in a sunny spot of the garden, in fertile soil.