Growing Sweet Corn From Start To Finish Plus Double Your Harvest… – Eco Snippets

Growing Sweet Corn From Start To Finish Plus Double Your Harvest…

Growing Sweet Corn From Start To Finish Plus Double Your Harvest...

Sweet corn is very satisfying to grow at home, but the real prize lies in cooking up the cobs as soon as possible after harvest for a super-sweet treat. Corn that’s had to travel miles to get to your plate will be past its peak, but cobs that have been picked in your own garden just minutes before cooking deliver a real punch of super sweet taste.

In this short video we show you how to grow super sweet corn, from sowing and planting to knowing exactly when it’s time to harvest for the sweetest, tastiest cobs. Check it out below…

In this next video I reveal a little trick for getting more corn from however much corn you plant in your small garden. For a long time I’d plant a smaller bed of corn and was disappointed with how the ears wouldn’t fill out fully because of poor pollination. Using this method you can get ears full of kernels all the way to the tip. There’s nothing better that sweet corn in summer, except maybe getting more of it out of the same space. Check it out below…

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Likes a high Ph and lots of nitrogen. Good seed is getting very expensive.

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