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Summer Sweet Bicolor 1704 Summer Sweet® Multisweet® 502BC F1 79 days. 18-20 rows of creamy kernels combined with super sweet high sugar. 8.5-9"L cylindrical ears. Tolerant NCLB, SW. White 1621 Summer Sweet® HiGlowMS® White 7401F1 (Formerly Multiglow) 75 days. Kernels have an extrashiny glow. Large cylindrical 8"L ears with 16-18 rows. Dark green, excellent husk protection and striking flags. Stalk is medium short. Resistant MDMV. Fresh Mkt, Shipping. 1412 Summer Sweet® Multisweet® glACial F1 76 days. Mid early sh2. High quality that stays bright white past harvest. 16-18 rows on fat, cylindrical 8"L x 1.9"W ears. Big ears, excellent tip fill. Mid size plant. Dark husk with good protection. Yellow 1355 ACcentuate F1 81 days. Full season super sweet with big 8"L x 17⁄8"W ears in straight rows with good tip fill. Strong protective husk package is long and tight. High yield potential enhanced by broad range of disease tolerances. Clean stalk resists lodging. Tolerant ComR, NCLB, SCLB, SW. 1599 Summer Sweet® 6800R F1 73 days. Early corn with refined ear and strong disease package. Widely adapted to most sweet-corn areas. Early for fall and spring plantings. 7"L x 17⁄8"W ears produce 14 rows of kernels on sturdy 6' stalks. Resistant ComR, NCLB, SW. Fresh Mkt, Roadside. 1634 Summer Sweet® 7210R F1 78 days. Excellent package with glossy bright-yellow 8"L x 17⁄8"W ears produced on 6' stalks. 14-16 rows of kernels. High yield potential. Resistant SW, NCLB, AnLB. 1686 Summer Sweet® HiGlowMS® 7300R F1 75 days. Augmented MultiSweet, sh2+se combined in every kernel. Also features A&C’s “Glow” trait for brilliant kernel appearance and fresh look at mkt; extra intense yellow. MultiSweet® trait makes 7300R both very sweet AND very tender and creamy, holding quality longer on the stalk and after harvest than regular sh2 types. Cylindrical 8"L x 1.75”W diam ears are carried 29” above ground on medium tall stalks. Dark husks, good flags and good husk protection. Resistant ComR. Tolerant NCLB, SCLB. Fresh Mkt, Shipping. 1395 Summer Sweet® Multisweet® Early Riser F1 69 days. Early sh2. Yellow super sweet with A&C's SRG® traits (see pg 20) Stalk mid tall. Extra good husk color and protection. 16-18 kernel rows on cylindrical 8"L x 1.85"W ears. Very high quality and good yield potential. Resistant ComR. Fresh Mkt, Regional Shipping, Roadside. Corn Disease Codes AnLB Anthracnose Leaf Blight ComR Common Rust GW Goss' Wilt MDMV Maize Dwarf Mosaic Virus NCLB Northern Leaf Blight (& races) SCLB Southern Leaf Blight SW Stewart's Wilt Cat# Sweet Corn (M = 1000) 500 sd 2500 sd 5 M Summer Sweet® is the registered trademark of Abbott & Cobb, Inc. All varieties in the Summer Sweet® series are also part of our Professional Seeds Series (per M) 10 M (per M) 25 M (per M) HiGlowMS® White 7401 F1 Multisweet® glACial F1 ACcentuate F1 22 Email: twilley@twilleyseed.com Fax: 864-227-5108 50 M (per M) 100 M (per M) 1355 ACcentuate 8.85 33.75 11.15 7.95 7.50 7.10 6.75 1395 Summer Sweet® Multisweet® Early Riser 9.90 37.40 11.95 10.00 8.80 ------------- ------------- 1412 Summer Sweet® Multisweet® glACial 9.85 37.95 12.45 9.70 9.15 8.65 8.25 1599 Summer Sweet® Brand 6800R 9.80 37.75 12.40 10.60 9.55 7.50 ------------- 1634 Summer Sweet® Brand 7210R 7.35 27.20 8.65 7.25 ------------- ------------- ------------- 1686 Summer Sweet® HiGlowMS® 7300R 9.30 35.75 11.75 8.80 8.25 7.80 7.45 1621 Summer Sweet® HiGlowMS White 7401 10.15 39.15 12.85 10.00 9.40 8.90 8.50 1704 Summer Sweet® Multisweet® 502BC 8.35 32.15 10.55 7.70 7.25 6.85 6.50 Multisweet® 502BC F1 HiGlowMS® 7300R F1 Multisweet® Early Riser F1 Summer Sweet® 7210R F1 Summer Sweet® 6800R F1 Twilley is proud to offer a large number of sh2 corn varieties. These corns are creamier, sweeter and more tender than normal sugar enhanced corn. The advantage for growers is better disease resistance, high sugar but slower conversion to starch. Kernels are light with a shriveled appearance. We supply a grade size of approx. 3500 kernels/lb; recommend 25,000 kernels per acre.


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