The leading medium-early variety in the central and western parts of the Corn Belt. Originated by J.A. Beagley of Sibley, Illinois, in 1980. Color is creamy white. Cob small and white. Ears are round for about two-thirds of the length and then slowly taper off at the tip. Kernels are of medium depth and width. Dent varies from smooth to tough. Stalks and foliage are not as heavy as our other varieties, even on rich soil. Adapted to wide range of climate and soil. Does well on poor soils. The leading white variety just north of the section where Boone County White is widely grown. Seed is untreated. Matures in 97 to 110 days and is classed as medium early. (Additional shipping charges will be added to orders of 50 pounds or more during checkout.)
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Maturity: 97-110 Needs Isolation: No Seed Start Indoors: No Seed Start Direct: No Seeds Per Packet: Planting Depth: 0"