Note: Botanically, corn is a grain, however it is legally recognized and sold as a vegetable in trade and in the culinary world.
How to Store Corn:
Leave the husks on the corn until ready to use. Refrigerate corn in the refrigerator for just one or two days.
Corn is low in fat, saturated fat free, sodium free, cholesterol free, and a good source of vitamin C.
A serving size of corn is 1 medium ear (90 grams). One serving of corn contains 90 calories.
This first video is a great one that explains growing corn, what nutrients to provide, how to provide the nutrients and why the nutrients are important. It also explains about fertilizing and how often to fertilize. Plus, you will learn how to fertilize your corn if you plant in an area that does not get a lot of wind.
How to grow corn in containers. How to select the seed, mix the soil, use microorganisms and humus to increase drought resistance and nutrient use, mulching, fertilizing, pollination and when to harvest! www.DoomandBloom.net for articles, podcast sch...
When growing corn, provide at least 3 feet between each plant, sow three seeds for each planting site, and harvest the ears of corn when the kernels are no longer watery. Grow corn in late winter for a summer harvest withadvice from a sustainable gar...