Leicester, NC, United States
April 6, 2017
Three Sister Garden
Easy to Grow 4.0
EarlyMaturity 4.0

What are the pros? Great for dry corn usage.

What are the cons? cut worms/moles ate seedlings,


Highly recommend. I used this for the first time last season (2016).This was planted in my second attempt at growing a "Three Sister Garden". It turned out great.My Three sister bed was 4 1/2 feet wide and 20 feet long. The corn was pre-planted in grow pots, then transplanted (pots in the ground) groups of 4 plants in a 14 inch square on each corner every 4 1/2 feet all the way to the end of the bed. Giving me about 40 plants. Squash (winter) also, along with pole beans. The beans did not fair well, but the squash and the corn did. Glass gem produced flow size cobs and made great corn meal used for corn bread, out of this world pancakes and also popcorn. You need to try this corn in your Three sister Garden! For cutworm issues, use toilet paper rolls cut in half around each seedling. Straw mulch prevents weed growth, squash plants also shade out the weeds. Start squash indoors as well and use toilet paper rings, too

Would you recommend this product to a friend? Yes

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