I assume you mean maize, not "corn." Corn technically is any grass grain, in
America we just associate it with maize. Plant seeds 8" apart, that's 112
seeds per row, that's about 450 kernels. About a pound or two.
You'll get much better yields if you plant it in a block rather than
4 rows x 75 ft. Try 12 rows x 25 ft if at all possible... better pollination,
lower "edge row effects".
Sweetcorn seed tends to average about 100-200 seed/oz; I like a spacing of
about 9" in row, 36" between row, but you may want to adjust that,
especially given your area's soil moisture and rain probabilities if
you don't irrigate. So 3 oz should do it if you've got good
germination; 4-5 oz if you want "insurance" for replanting.
Remember regular sweet corn needs a minimum soil temp of 55oF for
planting; 65oF for supersweet cultivars.
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