Chai Tai Sweet Corn Seeds
Chai Tai is a semi-tropical yellow sweet corn. A very high yielding hybrid and has a unique plant structure that makes it to respond higher populations. It also has very good standability which is required in the market.
The Sweet Corn is well known for its sweet taste. The variety is well received by both consumers and industries because it’s relatively easy to grow.
Features of Chai Tai Sweet Corn Seeds
- Excellent eating quality with soft and tender kernels.
- Cylindrical and uniform shape.
- Good tip filling.
- Good husk cover.
- Sweetness of 16% brix.
- Early Maturity of 64-68 days.
- Incredibly sweet Fruits.
- Average 4 to 5 tonnes per care yield.
Benefits of Sweet Corn
- Nutritional Value:
- Corn is a good source of fiber, vitamins, and minerals, including vitamin C, thiamin, and folate.
- Rich in antioxidants, which can help protect against cellular damage and lower the risk of chronic diseases.
- Sweet corn is a type of corn (maize) that is bred for its high sugar content, giving it a sweet flavor when cooked.
- Typically eaten as a vegetable and can be cooked in a variety of ways, including boiling, grilling, or roasting.
- It is a popular food in many parts of the world and is often served as a side dish or used as an ingredient in salads, and more
- Sweet corn is a major cash crop for farmers, providing them with a source of income.
- Used as an ingredient in many food products, including canned vegetables, frozen dinners, and snack foods.
- It is an important commodity in the global food market, with many countries exporting and importing sweetcorn.
Guide in planting sweetcorn
- Choose the right location: Sweetcorn needs full sun (at least 6 to 8 hours of direct sunlight per day) and well-drained soil. It is also a heavy feeder, so the soil should be rich in organic matter.
- Prepare the soil: Before planting, amend the soil with compost or manure. This will help to improve the drainage and fertility of the soil.
- Sow the seeds: Sweetcorn seeds can be sown directly in the ground or started indoors. If you are sowing them directly in the ground, sow them 1 inch deep and 12 inches apart. If you are starting them indoors, sow them 2-3 weeks before the last frost date.
- Thin the seedlings: Once the seedlings have emerged, thin them to 8-12 inches apart.
- Water regularly: Sweetcorn needs to be watered regularly, especially during the hot summer months.
- Fertilize regularly: Sweetcorn is a heavy feeder, so it will need to be fertilized regularly. You can use a balanced fertilizer, such as 10-10-10, every 2-3 weeks.
- Protect from pests and diseases: Sweetcorn is susceptible to a number of pests and diseases, such as corn borers, earworms, and powdery mildew. You can prevent these pests and diseases by planting resistant varieties and by practicing good garden sanitation.
- Harvest when the cobs are ripe: Sweetcorn is ready to harvest when the kernels are plump and milky. You can test the corn by gently pressing a kernel with your thumbnail. If the juice that comes out is milky, the corn is ripe.
- Plant several short rows of corn instead of one long row. This will help to improve pollination.
- Mulch around the base of the plants to help retain moisture and suppress weeds.
- Stake the plants if they are tall and top-heavy. This will help to prevent them from toppling over in strong winds.
Other Sweet Corn Seeds are Sugar King and Hybrix
|Per package Size
Per 500g, Per 1kg