Well-adapted to North and South
Yellow ears with crisp bite and sweet flavor
7 1/2-in. ears with 14-16 rows
Resistance to Northern corn leaf blight
Dark green husks
A true natural wonder, Yellowstone’s 7 1/2 in. ears are picture perfect and packed with a crisp, sweet flavor. Attractive, glossy yellow kernels fill the ears from tip to tip with 14-16 rows per ear. They’re wrapped in protective, dark green husks. Developed as a cooperative effort between the University of Florida and Crookham Company, Yellowstone Sweet Corn is well-adapted to many areas, performing well in Southern regions as well as in the Northeast. An augmented variety, it’s tested well for good emergence and a high level of consistency. A good choice for markets. Isolate from (se) sweet corn varieties. 75 DAYS.
Zea mays ‘Yellowstone’
Height: 6-6 1/2 feet
Spacing: 10-12 inch plant spacing. 36 inch row spacing. Plant in blocks of at least 4 rows for adequate pollination.
Light Required:Full Sun
Yield: High yields.
Size: 150 Seed Pkt
Fruit: 7 1/2-inch ears are filled from tip to tip with glossy yellow, crisp, sweet kernels. 14-16 rows per ear.
Days To Maturity: 76 Days
Germination: 6 – 10 Days
Form: Vegetable, Corn, Sweet Corn, Sweet Corn (sh2)
Soil Requirements: Loamy Soil
Foliage: Rich green husks provide great coverage and protection for the ears, making it nearly impossible for pests to get to the tasty kernels inside.