Hybrix is a top performer with exceptionally tasty cobs. This sweetcorn variety is a hybrid made by Royal Seeds.
Sweetcorn is great for both the fresh market and processing and has a high yield potential.
Sweetcorn Hybrix F1 Seeds Characteristics
Strong vegetative plant with a long shelf life Height of plant: 195 cm
70 cm, from ear to ear
20 cm Cob length
The golden-yellow color of the cob
55 days till maturity
Excellent for fresh market and processing with a high yield potential
North American Corn Leaf Blight Stewarts Wilt
Sweetcorn Health Benefits Southern Corn Leaf Blight
Popular food corn is categorized as a whole grain and a vegetable. It can be processed into chips, oil, and syrup or consumed whole as sweet corn or popcorn.
The majority of corn, however, is used to produce fuel and animal feed.
Whole maize is rich in magnesium, potassium, vitamin C, and B vitamins. It also contains a lot of fiber.
Especially abundant in carotenoids, which are good for the eyes. Your eye health may benefit from corn.
Antioxidants are present in corn in greater quantities than in many other cereal grains.
It has a reasonable amount of fiber and is mostly made up of carbohydrates.
It contains a respectable amount of low-quality protein as well.
Cultivating Sweet Corn
Grow sweet corn in a location with lots of sunlight and on soil that has had a lot of well-rotted organic matter added to it.
The safest approach to put seeds is into pots or trays, but once the earth has warmed up, seeds can be sown immediately outside.
Two seeds should be sown in each module, one inch deep, and the weakest sprout should be removed. They ought to start growing after 7 to 10 days.
When you’re ready to plant the corn outside, it should be around 15 cm tall. Leave the plants outside for about a week to harden them off.
Use a balanced fertilizer, apply it evenly, and work it 3 to 4 inches into the soil.
For the best chance of success, put your sweet corn plants in a block rather than a lengthy row because it is wind-pollinated. Many of the cob’s kernels will be missing if the corn wasn’t properly pollinated.
When transplanting, try to keep as much of the dirt surrounding the roots as possible. Sweet corn should be spaced 18 cm apart in both directions.
Handpick any weeds that emerge inside your sweetcorn patch, then carry on while you can still maneuver between the plants.
When the weather is dry, it appreciates watering as the silks emerge and the cobs start to take shape.
When the tassels at the end turn dark brown, approximately six weeks after they first appear, the cobs are ready to be harvested.