Crosbys Extra Early

A most excellent variety and remarkably early. Ears of large size medium length sweet rich and delicate.

Ear 10c qt. 40c bus. 6.00

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Early Red Naragansett

We think this the best red variety of sugar corn grown. It is remarkably early following the Minnesota the kernels are much shriveled and exceedingly sweet and tender. A good early market variety. Many think the flavor of the red sugar corn is superior to the white.

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Excelsior Sweet

The three desirable qualities combined in this variety are earliness sweetness and duration. It follows the Early Minnesota remains in a fresh state and suitable for boiling nearly as long as the Evergreen and is by far the sweetest variety we have ever grown. After once tasting of this it will be difficult to induce a person to use any other. Ears large thick ten to twelve rows to the ear kernels long much shriveled and indented when dry.

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Early Minnesota Sweet or Sugar

This is among the earliest of the sugar varieties and is much esteemed not only because it matures so early but for its excellent qualities as well. Ears rather small long and pointed.

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Early Boynton Sweet or Sugar

We firmly believe this is the earliest variety of sweet corn in existence. On our own seed farms this season it produced roasting ears earlier than the Early Six Weeks variety. It is fit for table at least ten days before the Early Minnesota. The ears are small rather pointed and when mature the kernels are much shriveled. It is of course intended only for first early and a weeks time makes a great deal of difference in the profits of a market gardener.

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Kaffir

The stout stalks grow stiffly erect from six to ten feet in height according to location and richness of the soil. The stalks and blades cure into good fodder and are also desirable to furnish green forage during the summer months. The seed is borne in a loose branching head ten to twelve inches in length at the top of the stalk. On good land Kaffir Corn will yield fifty bushels per acre. The seeds are esteemed for feeding to both stock and poultry. Pkt 10 cts. lb 25 cts.

Non-saccharine. The plants which are stocky and perfectly erect cure in excellent fodder or may be fed green during all stages of growth. lb. 12c 100 lbs. 8.00

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Mastodon Dent

This is a large-eared Main Crop Dent corn. It grows strong rank quick and makes the finest appearing shelled corn of then all being purely Dent of two shades of white and yellow. Pkt 10 cts. lb 25 cts. 3 lbs for 65 cts.

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Early Droughtproof

The ears are large and the kernels quite deep bright yellow in color while the cob is extremely small. It is of strong growth and under favorable conditions has produced over one hundred bushels per acre. It matures in from ninety to one hundred days from time of planting. Pkt 10 cts. lb 25 cts. 3 lbs for 65 cts.

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Canada Yellow Flint

The Flint corns are the hardiest and earliest in maturity and can be grown satisfactorily much farther north than the Dent corns. Our strain is of an improved type producing long well-filled ears with eight rows of quite large grains. It is much more productive than the ordinary strains of Flint corn while retaining to the fullest extent the early ripening and hardy qualities. Pkt 10 cts. lb 25 cts. 3 lbs for 65 cts.

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White Cap Dent

The stalks are stout growing six to seven feet in height with abundance foliage. Ears of handsome appearance eight to ten inches in length well-filled having sixteen to eighteen rows of deep grains. The cob is small grains being very deep and quite wide. The outer end of the grain is white deeply dented while the inner portion is a clear amber-yellow. Pkt 10 cts. lb 25 cts. 3 lbs for 65 cts.

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