It is a relatively small early bi-color. al ways worth trying once. I
have grown Quickie and it is fairly good for an early corn. Temptation
is designed for northern growers, so I have not been tempted.
Thanks. Yeah, I am in central NY so I was looking for something more suited
to the cooler region. The other one I was thinking of is Geronimo but I
can't did up anything else on it except what's in the Stokes catalog.
I"ve grown their Ivanhoe (similar days-to-harvest) and liked it a lot.
For a bicolor SE corn with a bit later harvest, it's be hard to beat
I grow Seneca Dancer for a late harvest.
(While staggering planting times help to spread out the harvest, my
experience is that staggering planting times *and varieties* is much more
reliable. I start with a super-early variety and when it emerges, plant
a later variety, etc. on through to my longest days-to-harvest variety.)
Pat in Plymouth MI ('someplace.net' is comcast)
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