Corn

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Varieties

Description

Bicolor corn receives it name because half the kernels are yellow, and the others are white. Sweet corn kernels are usually tight and uniform and should look fresh. When it comes to its flavor it is generally sweet but a little starchy. Flavor improves with cooking.

Region

Florida
Georgia

Recommended Temp Storage Zone

34-38°F (Cold Storage)

Specialty

No

Commercial Availability (Grown for the US market)
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Florida
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Georgia
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Description

Yellow corn is a variety of sweet corn. Freshly harvested yellow corn at its peak ripeness is sweet, offering flavors of almond and sugar, the kernels so succulent, the skin pops as you bite into it. As the corn matures, the kernels lose their milky consistency giving way to a starchy and doughy consistency. At this point, the corn is considered a grain crop and is best suited for processing or feedstock.

Region

Florida
Georgia

Recommended Temp Storage Zone

34-38°F (Cold Storage)

Specialty

No

Commercial Availability (Grown for the US market)
Month
jan
feb
Mar
Apr
May
Jun
jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Florida
Good
Good
Best
Best
Best
Good
Good
N/A
N/A
N/A
Good
Good
Georgia
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Good
Best
Good
N/A
Good
Good
Good
Good