Growing Zones 4 to 8
Page Number 46
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 6-6-6
Fragrant n
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color White
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 110 to 130
Spacing 8 in to 12 in
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Open Pollinated
Genus Zea
Species mays
Subspecies Hickory King
Common Name Hickory King Field Corn

Hickory King Field Corn

#09910
  • 1 Pound
  • $10.75
  • 25 Pounds
  • $84.95
  • 50 pounds
  • $134.95
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 in. long, 5 in. 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 ft. 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 110-130 days and is classed as a late single-ear type.


Growing Zone: 4 to 8

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Growing Zones 4 to 8
Page Number 46
Planting Season Spring
Fertilizer Type 6-6-6
Fragrant n
Foliage Color Green
Fruit Color White
Germination 7 to 21
Maturity 110 to 130
Spacing 8 in to 12 in
Hybrid / Open Pollinated: Open Pollinated
Genus Zea
Species mays
Subspecies Hickory King
Common Name Hickory King Field Corn