Corn /lb (various varieties)

Product Summary

*Mosby Prolific (Moseby Prolific)
100 days — One of the old “prolific” varieties, ‘Mosby Prolific’ is a very old white dent corn pre-dating the 20th Century. Said to have been introduced by J. K. Mosby of Lockhart, Mississippi. It is large and although now fairly rare, it was once extensively grown for feed and silage – particularly in the South and Gulf States.
*Reid’s Yellow Dent Corn is one of the most popular open-pollinated yellow varieties grown in the country. This is a big field corn growing 10 to 14 feet tall with large ears. The kernels are yellow in color, slightly keystone shaped with a square crown.
Reid’s Yellow Dent is commonly used in the garden and grown as a food plot for wildlife. Deer love this yellow dent corn. The tall stalks also serve as great wildlife cover. Reid’s Yellow Dent is virtually adapted to every state.
*Trucker’s Favorite Yellow & White corn is an old standard dent corn that does well under adverse weather conditions and is heat tolerant. It matures in 70-85 days and grows 6 to 9 feet tall. The ears are 8-12 inches long and have 12-14 rows on a red cob. These delicious kernels can be ground into flour, cornmeal or grits when dried. It also makes an excellent livestock feed and ornamental corn.
Excellent choice for Deer or Wildlife Food Plots. Trucker’s Favorite is a heavy yeilder that provides good standing cover for wildlife.
5 lbs. plants 1/2 acre!
*Hickory King WHITE is a great field corn. The 8-12′ tall stalks grow up to two, 7-9″ long cob ears filled with 10-12 rows of large, flat, white kernels. The tight husks help keep out corn worms. Maturity is reached in 115 days. Each plant can easily average a pound of dry kernels. This is a roasting corn variety that is also used for grits, meal, and tortilla flour and in the South it is popular for hominy.
Hickory King YELLOW is an Appalachian heirloom corn that has been one of the best all-around corn grown in the USA. It can grow to a towering10-12 ‘ height. Each stalk produces 2 ears of large, yellow, kernels that have a rich, traditional flavor. Maturity is reached in 95-115 days. It is also somewhat resistant to southern leaf blight and its tightly wrapped husks help deter corn ear worms and beetles! It is a commonly used variety for roasting, hominy, cornmeal, grits and cornuts. Hickory king has a very high leafy green matter which makes it perfect for silage.
*Natural Indian Corn (open-pollinated) which has been grown over 100 years. This seed when planted will produce ears of corn with three different colors. Primary ears will be white with a few purple kernels, the second coloring will be deep red to orange, and the third will be a rose color. This corn is very disease, insect, and drought tolerant. Indian Corn is great or decorations and is edible!
* Dwarf Wildlife Corn is a great addition to food plots for deer, turkey, quail, ducks, pheasant and other wildlife. Dwarf Corn is especially effective for planting near duck ponds or water sources where waterfowl are expected to frequent. This wildlife food plot corn seed variety grows to approximately 3 to 4 feet in height and develops ears of corn 6 to 12 inches from the ground. Dwarf corn matures in 90 to 110 days depending on planting location and weather conditions. When planting for Ducks, plant Dwarf Corn seed in an up-hill location from the water source. Ducks tend to feed in these areas and will locate the plants easier.

*S.A. Popcorn-This variety of popcorn has high yielding potential. Harvests can average up to 1 lb per stalk. And with a great flavor, it’s the perfect choice for the popcorn lover. South American Yellow Popcorn produces 2 or 3 large 7-9″ ears per 5′ stalk, with 12-14 rows of large yellow kernels per ear. When popped they produce a large kernel with a delicious buttery flavor.

Planting Instructions Heirloom Non-GMO popcorn is a warm to hot season annual, sensitive to cool soil. Direct seed corn when soil reaches 65-70°F. Plant seeds 1- 2″ deep, 4-6″ apart, in rows 20-30″ apart, in full sun. Corn is wind pollinated, so plant in blocks of at least 4 rows. Germination should occur in 4 – 10 days. When plants reach 4-5″ tall, thin to 8-12″ apart.