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Kyoto 70 F1 Hybrid Sweet Corn (Takii Seed)

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Rs. 950.00

Excellent Variety with High Yield

Disease Resistant

Here are some sweet corn farming tips:

  1. Soil preparation: Sweet corn requires well-drained soil that is rich in organic matter. The soil should be tilled and prepared before planting to ensure good seed-to-soil contact.

  2. Planting: Sweet corn can be planted directly in the garden or started indoors and transplanted. Plant seeds about 1 inch deep and 6-8 inches apart in rows that are 30-36 inches apart.

  3. Fertilization: Sweet corn requires regular fertilization to promote healthy growth and high yields. Apply a balanced fertilizer (such as a 10-10-10) at planting time and then side-dress the plants with nitrogen when they are 6-12 inches tall and again when they are 18-24 inches tall.

  4. Watering: Sweet corn requires regular watering, especially during the critical stages of pollination and ear development. Water deeply once a week or more often in hot, dry weather.

  5. Pest control: Sweet corn is susceptible to a number of pests and diseases, including corn borers, earworms, and rust. Use insecticides and fungicides as needed to control pests and diseases.

  6. Harvesting: Sweet corn is ready for harvest when the ears are fully filled out and the silks have turned brown. The kernels should be plump and milky when you puncture them with your thumbnail.

  7. Storage: Sweet corn should be eaten as soon as possible after harvesting for the best flavor. If you need to store it, keep it in the refrigerator in the husk and use it within a few days.