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Sweet corn is a common culture, which is grown by many gardeners for its delicious almonds. Often known for his yellow ears, is also in the ears and white bicolor available.
Sweet corn is a plant that can be classified into three groups, normal or standard sugar-sweet, refined and super sweet.
Normal sweet, the traditional taste of corn and can be both.
Improved varieties of maize sugar is sweeter than normal sugar range and included a gene for improved sugar “self”, which increases the sugar content significantly while retaining the tenderness and creamy texture of normal varieties. The maize varieties are the gourmet choice among gardeners because there is no noticeable flavor, superb texture and tenderness. If you choose this sweet corn variety with normal plant varieties, there is no separation between the two cultures is required.
Super Sweet corn varieties are a bit harder to grow for the home gardener. The grains of this variety is very sweet, a sharp, hard texture of the skin, not the creamy texture of the other varieties. This texture is not really noticeable when the ear is eaten fresh, but the quality of frozen corn or influence from the can. If your grain stored, transported or picked by mechanical methods, it is not really the best choice for home gardeners.
The cultivation of fresh corn in your garden can be a very rewarding experience. Organic gardening methods can produce a successful harvest without the use of toxic chemicals, and there is no better taste than freshly picked corn in the garden.
One possibility, ecologically healthy gardening. Organic gardening is far from the garden in harmony with nature. Maintaining a healthy and productive culture in a way that is healthier for you and the environment.