Growing Zones 4 to 8
Page Number 46
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 6-6-6
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color White
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 120
Spacing 8 in to 12 in
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Open Pollinated
Genus Zea
Species mays
Subspecies Boone County White
Common Name Boone County White Field Corn

Boone County White Field Corn

#09904
  • 1 Pound
  • $10.75
  • 25 Pounds
  • $84.95
  • 50 pounds
  • $134.95
Probably the highest yielding white variety in the central and southern parts of the Corn Belt, producing 70 to 90 bushels per acre under favorable conditions. Color is a creamy white. Cob is white and rather large and heavy. Ears are 9-1/2 to 11 in. long, nearly round, with 16 to 22 medium spaced rows. Kernels are thick and blocky, medium to wide and very deep. Slightly rough. Stalks are 9-1/2 ft tall, heavy, with abundant foliage. Shuck is long and tight. The leading white variety in the southern part of the Corn Belt, just below the area where Silver Mine is grown. Very popular also in the eastern and central parts of the Corn Belt. Seed is untreated. Matures in 120 days and is classed as late.


Growing Zone: 4 to 8

Light Requirements: Full Sun

Own Root

State Restrictions

HI

Growing Zones 4 to 8
Page Number 46
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 6-6-6
Light Requirements Full Sun
Fragrant n
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color White
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 120
Spacing 8 in to 12 in
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Open Pollinated
Genus Zea
Species mays
Subspecies Boone County White
Common Name Boone County White Field Corn