Sweet Corn Processors
BOOM begins the season early and strong with great emergence and allows one to get an early jump on your processing season. It has a slender .75" (2cm) cob with the total ear girth being 1.9 to 2" (5cm) and a 16 - 20 row count, which translates into deep kernels at a .40" - .47" depth (11.5 - 13 mm). The ear itself has good husk protection and great flags for husking. Boom also has better NCLB than the competition.
Daytona is a robust plant that displays better resistance to Northern Corn Leaf Blight than the competition. The average kernel depth for this variety is between 0.45" - 0.52". The ear has wonderful husk coverage and good flag leaves for husking.
As the name indicates, this hybrid is a performer. Stud has very good agronomics with excellent yield potential and a strong disease package. Solid and rugged plant health makes this variety a consistent producer. It also has an appealing white color and kernels that are pleasing in looks and in taste.
Tamarack is one of Crookham’s most dependable and rugged varieties. It is a consistent producer, has a very good disease package, is widely adaptable, and has a rugged and sturdy plant. This stalwart variety also delivers a high-quality su1 crispness and taste for its season.