Early Golden Bantam Corn Seeds
Early Golden Bantam Corn Seeds For Planting - Fast-Maturing, Delicious Sweet Corn for Your Home Garden
Introducing the Early Golden Bantam Corn Seeds, the perfect choice for home gardeners who want to enjoy delicious sweet corn in no time! This fast-maturing variety of corn is easy to grow and adds a pop of golden color and rich flavor to your garden. With a quick 70-85 days to maturity, you'll enjoy these tasty kernels sooner than you think!
- Fast-maturing sweet corn variety
- Delicious, golden-yellow kernels
- Ideal for home gardens
- Easy to grow and care for
- 70-85 days to maturity
- Each packet contains 11g of seed
- Non-GMO, heirloom seeds
Early Golden Bantam Corn is a time-honored favorite among gardeners for its fantastic taste and ease of growth. This heirloom variety boasts plump, golden-yellow kernels packed with a rich, sweet flavor. The plants grow to an average height of 5-6 feet, making them a perfect addition to any home garden.
Days to Maturity:
One of the standout features of Early Golden Bantam Corn is its fast maturation rate. From planting to harvest, these seeds take approximately 70-85 days to grow into fully mature, ready-to-eat corn. This quick turnaround makes it an excellent choice for those with shorter growing seasons or who can't wait to enjoy the fruits of their labor!
How to Grow Early Golden Bantam Corn:
Soil Preparation: Choose a location with well-draining soil and full sunlight for the best results. Prepare the soil by tilling it to a depth of 8-12 inches and mixing in a generous amount of organic matter, such as compost or aged manure.
Planting: Plant Early Golden Bantam Corn seeds directly in the garden after the last frost date in your area. Sow seeds 1-1.5 inches deep and 4-6 inches apart in rows spaced 30-36 inches apart. For proper pollination, plant seeds in blocks of at least 4 rows.
Watering: Maintain consistent moisture throughout the growing season, watering regularly to keep the soil evenly moist. Corn has a shallow root system, so avoiding letting the soil dry out is crucial, especially during pollination and kernel development.
Fertilization: Apply a balanced, slow-release fertilizer at planting time and again when the plants are about knee-high. Avoid over-fertilizing, as excessive nitrogen can lead to poor kernel development.
Pest and Disease Control: Inspect your plants regularly for signs of pests or diseases. Implement organic or chemical controls as needed to maintain healthy, vigorous growth.
Harvest: Early Golden Bantam Corn is ready to harvest when the kernels are plump and the silks have turned brown and dry. To test for readiness, puncture a kernel with your thumbnail. The corn is ready to be picked if a milky liquid is released.
Storage: To maintain the sweet, delicious flavor of your freshly harvested corn, blanch the ears in boiling water for 1-2 minutes, then cool them quickly in ice water before freezing. Alternatively, you can store the ears in the refrigerator for up to a week.
Start your garden off right with Early Golden Bantam Corn Seeds for Planting. With its fast-maturing, mouth-watering kernels, you'll be enjoying the taste of summer in no time! So order yours today and experience the satisfaction of growing and harvesting your very own sweet corn!