Largest kernels of any variety and the leading white dent in the Cotton Belt. Color is creamy white. Cob is small and white. Ears are 7 to 8 inches long, 5 inches around and slender, with only 10 to 12 rows. Kernels are very wide, thin and deep. Slightly rough, with grains dented on top. Stalks are 7-1/2 to 8 feet tall, and heavy and straight. Particularly well adapted to the Cotton Belt and Southern Corn Belt, where it is used extensively for roasting ears. Seed is untreated. Matures in 110 to 130 days and is classed as a late single-ear type. (Additional shipping charges will be added to orders of 50 pounds or more during checkout.)
Light: Height: 8' to 8' 6" Width: 0" Spacing: 0" Needs Pollinator: No Planting Season: Spring
Maturity: 110-130 Needs Isolation: No Seed Start Indoors: No Seed Start Direct: Yes Seeds Per Packet: 1 lbs. Planting Depth: 0"