Sweet Corn F1 Hybrid – Vegetable Seeds
Sweet corn plants are a warm-season crop, easy to grow in any garden. Sweet corn requires little care. It’s one of the easiest plants to grow in a garden, and sweet corn plants almost always do well. You’ll be enjoying sweet corn in no time!
Corn is a cold intolerant plant, so wait until 2-3 weeks after the last frost to plant your seeds. Make sure your average temperatures in early spring aren’t continuously below 60°F, since you’ll find it challenging to successfully establish seeds in cold soil. If it’s still pretty cool, you can warm the soil of your plot before you plant your seeds with a black earth cover.
The seeds should be placed in holes 1 inch below the surface, about 4 to 6 inches apart. Water quite heavily after planting and consider adding a layer of mulch to retain moisture as the seeds germinate.