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The stock for this sturdy dent variety was given to us by Robert Cown of Northern Georgia, whose great grandfather, Robert M. Cown, bred it from a cross between a long-eared variety and a prolific (more ears per stalk) variety to create an extra-high yielding strain. It occasionally produces up to five ears on a stalk! Also called “coon” corn, from a mispronunciation of the family name.
Cown dent corn should be direct seeded in a location with full sun after all danger of frost has passed. Ears will be fully mature in about 120 days. ¼ lb pack contains approximately 280 seeds, enough for about 100 row feet.
|Avg. Seeds/ Packet||Packet Weight||Planting Season||Planting Method|
|280||1/4 lb||late spring||direct seed|
|Direct Seed Spacing||Seed Depth||Soil Temp. Range||Days to Sprout|
|Mature Spacing||Sun Requirement||Frost Tolerance||Days to Harvest|