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Golden Bantam, Improved 12-Row Corn
'Improved Golden Bantam' Corn
Golden Bantam, Improved 12-Row Corn
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Improved Golden Bantam
(Golden Bantam 12-Row)

85 days — Although to some the small ear size of 'Golden Bantam' is a desirable trait, others like larger ears. This variety is an improved version of the old standard yellow sweet corn. Instead of eight rows, this variety has ten to fourteen rows and the ears are slightly longer. It was improved to stay tender longer.

'Golden Bantam 10 to 14 Row' was introduced in 1922 by the Everett B. Clark Seed Company of Milford, Connecticut and was developed as a selection of the 'Golden Bantam'.[1] Each ounce is approximately 100 seeds.

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  1. "Vegetables of New York - Vol. 1 Part III - Sweet Corn" - New York A. E. S., 1934
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Wonderfull Corn
Every bit as good as golden bantam but with much larger ears on a much larger plant.
Reviewed by: Michael Rundquist from Pulaski, Va. on 8/30/2014
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