Quincy Market

Larger and earlier than the common Crosby Popular market garden variety. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

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Potters Excelsior

The most popular main crop variety fodder and ears of good size sweet well filled. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

I dont think there is a sweeter richer-flavored white sweet corn for the table than this. Its quality is a surprise to me and I think it will be to any of my customers who have not as yet grown it. Stock directly from the originator. Pkt. 10c.

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Pocohontas

An extra early white variety. Last season the first marketable corn on the Boston market. Five to five and one half dozen ears fill a bushel box. A most desirable variety for the market gardener. The ears are of uniform size kernels large and tender good flavor filling the cob evenly and compactly. Pocohontas is preferred by a great number of the market gardeners in and around Boston over any other white variety. It can be highly recommended. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

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Peep-O-Day

An extra early white variety very sweet large well filled ear. Pkt. 15c lb. 25c 2 lb. 40c 12 lb. 2.25.

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Early Red Cory

A very early sort with good sized ears and large kernels an old favorite. Pkt. 15c lb. 25c 2 lb. 40c 12 lb. 2.25.

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Bearsfoot (Washington)

A vigorous growing medium late variety of very good quality popular among the market gardeners in the vicinity of Boston. Ears large with somewhat irregular rows of deep kernels. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

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Brecks Early Hampshire

An extra early variety which may be relied upon to mature ahead of Early Crosby. Ears comparatively large evenly filled with small white kernels of fine quality. The plants which average about five feet in height always bear two and often three ears on each stalk. Our seed is grown in New England. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

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Early Crosby

The standard and favorite early variety a little later than the Cory but sweeter and with a larger ear. 5 to 6 inches long corn fodder 5 to 6 feet high. Pkt. 15c lb. 30c 2 lb. 50c 12 lb. 2.75.

This variety is earlier than the common Crosby by about a week and more dwarf in habit of growth. The ears are as large or larger than the later sort. Pkt. 10c.

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Brecks Mondamin Corn

This is a variety particularly adapted to New England conditions since it will ripen in an average season within 100 days after planting. Although we have offered Brecks Mondamin Corn for some ten years the demand for seed far exceeds the supply. It is an eight-rowed yellow flint corn. The kernels are large and the ears many of which reach a length of 15 inches are filled to the very tips. The stalks are firm and solid averaging about nine feet in height. It has been definitely established that this corn which produces 18 to 20 tons of fodder per acre yields greater food value than some of the mammoth dent varieties which produce 25 to 28 tons per acre. This greater concentration of nutriment is an important factor in maintaining the efficiency of the silo. Our stock has been grown from selected ears in Massachusetts about thirty miles north of Boston. Qt. 25c pk. 1.75 bu. 6.00

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De Lues Golden Giant Sweet Corn

Golden Giant is the most desirable sweet corn on the market today. Awarded a Silver Medal by the Massachusetts Horticultural Society. It is the result of eleven years selection by Dr. F.S. De Lue Boston Mass. from the product of Howling mob crossed with Golden Bantam. Golden Giant with its 12 to 16 rowed ears and deep golden yellow kernels gives nearly four times the yield per acre than the Golden Bantam with its smaller 8 rowed ears. The stalks of the Golden Giant are short sturdy and frequently produce 2 ears. Repeated tests have demonstrated that from 48 to 54 ears in the husk fill a bushel box. A most favorable consideration for the market gardener over and above the fact that the corn under favorable conditions will mature fully as early as the Golden Bantam and in many sections of Massachusetts it has proven earlier than the Golden Bantam. The unfavorable seasons of 1918 and 1919 have cut down very materially our supply of seed but we have secured by good fortune from the same grower as supplied us last year a most carefully selected lot of Golden Giant which is in prime condition true to type well matured and of high germination. 1 oz pkt. 25c lb. 50c lb. 1.50 postpaid.

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