Stowells Evergreen Hybrid

Highly valuable to market gardeners and canners. Stalks sturdy with close growing upright ears 4 feet from the ground. Foliage medium green. Stalks 8 feet tall. Ears about 8 inches long. Edible in 93 days.

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Marcross No. 39

(Top Cross) We recommend this Top cross as the finest of its class. Stalks 5 feet tall sturdy and highly resistant to Stewarts disease. Ears about 7 inches long 12 to 14 rowed. Edible in 70 days.

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Top Cross Sunshine

(Tender Gold) A good variety maturing ahead of Golden Cross Bantam. Stalks about 5 feet tall sturdy with good foliage. Highly resistant to Stewarts disease. Ears about 7 inches long 12-16 rowed. Edible in 80 days.

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Evergreen Hybrid

An Evergreen hybrid of the Stowells type. It is outstanding for its productiveness drought resistant and uniform strong vigorous growth. Stalks about 7 feet tall with good foliage. Ears about 7 to 7 inches long 14 to 18 rowed. Slightly tapered. Excellent for market gardeners and the home garden. Edible in 84 days.

Highly valuable to market gardeners and canners. Stalks sturdy with close growing upright ears 4 feet from the ground. Foliage medium green. Stalks 8 feet tall. Ears about 8 inches long. Edible in 93 days.

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Top Cross Whipples

(Whippcross) Developed for the home and market garden. Stalk sturdy about 7 feet tall. Ears about 7 inches long. Edible in 84 days.

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Golden Cross

This remarkable new F.1. Hybrid represents the greatest advance in sweet corn since Golden Bantam was introduced . It is a bright yellow 12 rowed corn with 8 inch ears borne well up on a sturdy stalk. The quality is fully equal to Golden Bantam in every way matures six days later and is two to three times as productive. In addition this corn is very resistant to the bacterial wilt known as Stewarts Disease which often causes failure with other early yellow sweet corns. We cannot recommend this corn too highly for canners and table use.

(85 days). The standard by which all Hybrid Sweet corn is judged. A big Golden Bantam. Has 12 to 14 rows of kernels quality exceptionally fine noted for uniformity. Strong grower resistant to smut ears 8 in. long. About 5 days later than regular Golden Bantam. Best for freezing. Pkt. (3oz) 15c lb. 40C 1 lb. 70C 3 lbs. 1.75 postpaid.

A heavy yielding large eared hybrid developed at Purdue University in conjunction with the U.S. Department of Agriculture. About a week later than our Golden Bantam with very uniform ears usually 16 rowed. This is resistant to Stewarts disease or Wilt. For best results the cross must be made each year and customers will do well not to save seed from their crop but to purchase new seed each year. The increased yield will pay for it. Pkt. 10c lb. 16c lb. 25c 1 lb. 40c postpaid. Not prepaid 5 lbs. 6.50 100 lbs. 2.50.

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Country Gentleman Hybrid

A white Country Gentleman hybrid of great value for its uniformity and productivity. Stalks 7 feet tall straight regular Country Gentleman type except little heavier foliage and stouter stalk. Ears abut 7 inches long tapers slightly to tip end. Well adapted for canners and market gardeners. Edible in 84 days.

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