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Super Corny Facts

  • A single sweet corn plant produces a range of 1-3 cobs each, which typically range from 8-10 inches in length.
  • Green husks indicate the corn is fresh and light brown silk indicates that each kernel has been pollinated.
  • Florida is the largest grower of sweet corn in the U.S.
  • From seed to finished product, Florida Sweet Corn takes about 90 days to mature.
  • Super Sweet Corn grows slowly for the first 30 days, reaching a height of 18 to 24 inches.
  • Then the growth accelerates: Stalks expand vertically, the tassel (male flower part) and ear (female part) emerge and take shape, and the silk starts to sprout from the ear.
  • Pollination takes place when pollen from the tassel becomes airborne and comes in contact with the silk.
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Corny Nutrition

  • Corn is rich in vitamin C, an antioxidant that helps protect your cells from damage.
  • Corn packs whole-grain perks
  • Corn contains a variety of B vitamins, as well as potassium
  • Corn contains insoluble fiber, which is great for digestion
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How to Cook Super Sweet Corn

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Sweet Corn PDF

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