CORN SWEET - Sentinel F1 seeds

SKU: BW-VB-50_25g

Size: 25g
Sale price$13.99


SWEET CORN Sentinel F1

Hybrid, Treated* Seeds - YES TO WA

Selection from the standard packet 25g & 100g

Sweet Corn Sentinel is one of the popular sweet corn varieties in Australia due to its superb taste and appearance. It has the best disease resistance of any Super Sweet Corn in Australia. This is an early variety that produces large and extremely sweet corn kernels. The cobs are uniform in size and reach up to 22cm

This is an F1 hybrid, so it is not suitable for seed saving. 

 *Important Note 

These seeds are treated with a fungicide (Thiram/ Mefenoxam/ Fludioxonil), DO NOT eat the seeds or feed them to animals. Keep them away from children & animals. Wear gloves and thoroughly wash skin with water & soap after touching the seeds. Treated seeds do not affect your crops or harm insects such as bees. These treated seeds are strictly for propagation or growing in the garden only. THE RESULTANT CROP IS EDIBLE. 

Fungicide seed treatment may be an AQIS (Biosecurity, Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment, Government of Australia) requirement for certain seeds varieties. Treated seeds may be dyed a distinct colour. Read the label on the seed packet before usage.

Sweet Corn Growing Instructions & Care 

Sweet corn can be sown in spring after all danger of frost has passed. Successive plantings are possible to extend the harvest until January in most areas in Australia. 

Sow direct, 20mm-30mm deep in Spring or early Summer. Plant spacing is 30cm, and row spacing is 75cm. It needs full sun and moist soil. Frost tender plant matures in approx. 85-90 days, grows to 2m high. 

Block planting improves pollination and provides well-filled cobs. Prepare the soil with compost and well-rotted manure. Count 18 days from when the silk appears and start checking for ripeness; the kernel should be milky. 

Be aware that the Super sweet corns in the supermarket are hybrids. Open-pollinated "Heirloom" corns have a more complex flavour, are not so sugary, and shorter shelf life. For the best eating, observe the cobs. When the juice in the kernels is clear, the corn is not ready. When it gets milky, the corn is ready to eat. Pick while the juice is milky, not yet pasty. Cook as fast as you can after picking.


Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Seila Hierk
Largest corn cobs

Sweet corn Sentinel F1, produces the largest corn cobs I have grown. I planted Bicolour and Max in 3 rows, as a block next to Sentinel to compare the three varieties.

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