VK RX 2300 Flint (75 Days)

  • 6-7' tall plant
  • 7 ½ x 8 ½ long ears
  • Mostly yellow color with some brown or maroon
  • Yields well for early OP
  • More flinty type ears
  • Finishes fast

  • Wapsie Valley (85 Days)

    Our customers most popular corn!

  • Available certified organic
  • 9 ½' tall, strong, widely adapted plants
  • 7 ½ - 8" well formed ears (mostly rich yellow, waxy color with some maroon ears and few brown colored ears)
  • 14 - 18 straight kernel rows
  • Outstanding plant health
  • Medium ear placement
  • Good standability
  • Average C.P. (crude protein) 11%
  • Superior silage choice
  • Nicely finishes for grain where others won't
  • Has done well in dry years
  • Widely adapted
  • Heavy test weight
  • Available specific any size, flat or round

  • Dublin (86 Day)

  • 10’ tall plants
  • 8 ½” large yellow ears
  • Big yielder for silage or grain
  • Stands well with medium ear placement.

  • Victor Kucyk from Dublin Ontario has done it again with this varietal cross. We are very excited about his new Dublin Variety. It is out-yielding any O.P. we put up against it.

    Minnesota 13 (87 Days)

  • Available certified organic
  • 8' tall, slender plants
  • 7 ½ 8" long, yellow ears
  • 12 - 18 straight kernel rows
  • Medium ear placement
  • Stands well
  • Average C.P. 10.5%
  • Narrower stalks and leaves lends itself to top and grain yield
  • Does well planted after sod
  • Top yields with high soil fertility

  • History: Rich Holman from Wisconsin has been successfully selecting for earliness and yield on this strain of Minnesota 13. He has done a tremendous job with it. Green Haven Open Pollinated Seed Group is offering Rich's new strain of MN13.

    KRUG (95 Days)

  • 9 ½' tall, hearty plants
  • 9" long, girthy ears
  • Medium ear placement
  • Medium stand ability
  • Much variation and quite diverse
  • Dual purpose silage/grain

  • Krug is an improved strain of Reid, developed by George Krug, of Woodford County in central Illinois. This quiet farmer, combined a Nebraska strain of Reid corn with Iowa Gold Mine to make a high yielding yellow corn.

    Reid Yellow Dent (100 - 110 Days)

    One of the most popular open-pollinated yellow variety grown in the country. Especially well suited for the Corn Belt. Originated by Robert Reid of Illinois in 1847 and improved by his son, James L. Reid, from 1870 to 1900. Color is deep yellow, with a lighter cap, but a reddish tinge often appears. The cobs tend to be small and dark red. Ears are 9 to 10 in. long and 7 to 8 in. around. Ear tapers slightly, with 16 to 22 closely spaced rows. Kernels are very deep and narrow to medium in width, slightly keystone in shape, with a square crown. Slightly rough, with kernels dented on top. Stalks are tall and leafy and make very good silage. Adapted to virtually every state. Seed is untreated. Matures in 100-110 days.

    Silver King (100 Days)

    Also know as Wisconsin No. 7. The leading white-dent variety in the Northern part of the Corn Belt. Originate by A.J.Goddard of Ft. Atkinson, Iowa, who brought a bushel from Indiana to Fayette County, Iowa in 1862. Foundation stock was produced by the Wisconsin Experimental Station in 1904. Wide creamy white kernels, with medium depth and thickness. Cobs are white. Ears slowly taper from butt to tip, with slightly wavy rows. Slightly rough. Seed is untreated. 100 to 110 days.

    Revolt (cycle 0) 105 Days (Synthetic OP)

    A synthetic is a composite of a number of inbred lines that you can save seed from. Work on this synthetic population began in 2003. Its parents were older inbreds that formed strong hybrids and its adaptation is the northern part of the Corn Belt. Has Ga1s trait.

    Rebellion (cycle 0) 110 Days (Synthetic OP)

    This synthetic population began as some preliminary crosses among commercial and university corn belt dent inbred lines in 2003. This was crossed with the Ga1s carriers from Missouri as part of this project. It is likely adapted to the central Corn Belt.

    Ga1s are naturally occurring traits in corn that will greatly reduce outcrossing with plants that don’t carry the same trait . This trait is called gametophytic incompatibility. This trait helps prevent accepting unwanted pollen from transgenic and other field corn. This is how much of the popcorn stays pure. Revolt and Rebellion are varieties with the Ga1s trait. They were developed by Dr Frank Kutka and the Seed We Need Project with support from by a grant from the Organic Farming Research Foundation. We appreciate Frank’s fascinating work.

    Bloody Butcher (110 Days)

  • Dented red kernels mixed with deep burgundy
  • 8 to 12 foot stalks
  • Sometimes two ears per plant
  • Quite drought tolerant
  • 8 to 12 inch ears
  • Sought after by distillers for flavor

  • Bloody Butcher an old heirloom variety dating back to mid 1800’s. It is a beautiful multi-purpose corn. Bloody Butcher is great for corn meal flour, beautiful for decorating, and very popular with distillers.

    Green Field 114 (114 Day)

  • 8-10' tall plants
  • Bright, yello, long, narrow 14 kernel row ears
  • Quite uniform ear placement
  • High percentage of double ear plants

  • Open pollinated corn icon Ned Place's signature variety, Green Field was the name of Ned's farm in OH. Ned had developed this out of Reid yellow dent. Reported yields 190 bu/a in the boot heal area of MO.

    Blue Corn 115 (115 Day)

    Attractive dark blue ears, 14 dented kernels rows to form nice girthy ears, now and then a white kernel, stands well and quite uniform for a full season OP.

    Lancaster Sure Crop (110-120 Days)

  • Towering 10 -12' tall plants
  • Long 10 - 12" narrow ears
  • High ear placement

  • The combination of big long ears placed high in the air causes stand ability to be lower than our other varieties.

    Primarily grown as a silo corn and simply pleasure. Stalks grow extremely tall and is a lot of fun to show off to neighbors.

    History: Originated in Lancaster, PA around the turn of the century.

    Golden Bantam 8 row, sweet corn (76 day)

  • 6' tall plants 7" long ears with 8 kernel rows
  • Great old-fashioned corn flavor Sweet for an OP
  • Pick promptly when ready, eat promptly after picking. Delicious!

  • Introduced to the corn market by W. Atlee Burpee in 1902, Golden Bantam Corn has a fantastic flavor that is great for home freezing or eating fresh.

    Golden Bantam improved 12 row, sweet corn (80 day)

  • 7' tall plants 8" long ears with 12 kernel rows
  • Improved to stay tender longer, have longer ears and more evenly spaced broad kernels. Still pick promptly when ready, eat promptly after picking. Delicious!

  • Everet B. Clark of Milford, CT selected for the 12 kernel rows from the original 8 row W. Atlee Burpees' Golden Bantam.

    Japanese Hulless Pop corn (100 Days)

  • Delicious nutty flavor
  • Five foot tall plants
  • Many times produces multiple ears
  • White 4” ears
  • Pops well
  • Black Jack Pop Corn 80 Day

  • Offered conventional
  • 4 ½” plants with low ear placement
  • Deep dark burgundy but pops white
  • 4-6” almost black ears
  • Persistent

  • Delicious flavor Garret Emo has increased this persistent variety of pop corn. Garret received the original genetics from Tim Latsch of Tigerton, WI

    Red Clover Medium

    Great for hay, green manure or wildlife plots. Fixes nitrogen, regrows vigorously.

    Planting rates
    • Alone: 10-20 pounds per acre
    • In a mix 3-6 pounds per acre

    Delicious flavor Garret Emo has increased this persistent variety of pop corn. Garret received the original genetics from Tim Latsch of Tigerton, WI

    Timothy Seed Climax

    A perennial cool-season grass, tall, fi ne-stemmed and leafy, Climax timothy has been the standard for hay for years.

    Planting rates
    • Alone: 8-10 pounds per acre
    • In a mix: 2-6 pounds per acre

    Pumpkin Seed 99 Day Cinderella

    Rouge vifd’Etampes

    This Beautiful variety is a French heirloom. Most fruits develop a vivid red hue that is uncommon among any other variety. They’re shaped like Cinderella’s coach, and seem as if they jumped right out of the fairytale. They come in many sizes, but the average is between 15-20lbs. Their deep orange flesh makes great pies and quick breads once strained and blended. They are also used commonly as a soup tureen.

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