Sweet corn -- About a month, more or less. A much better determination is when the ears start to have silk. When half of the plants have silk showing it will be 2 1/2 to 3 weeks till the corn is ready to pick and eat.Field corn -- About 2 1/2 to 3 months on average.Popcorn -- About 2 to 2 1/2 months.Flint corn --Waxy corn --
It does not take long to steam baby corn. It should not take more than 10 minutes to steam this corn.
Best way: Buy the organic corn husk (silk) tea from an online source, or from a health store. It comes in tea bags. OR, buy ORGANIC corn and take the silk from it. Don't use corn that was sprayed with pesticides! Use the silk from one cobb for one cup of tea. Pour hot water and let it stay for 5 minutes. Sweeten with honey if you want and drink up!
as long as u want 2. till itz burnt lolAnother AnswerBoiling corn typically takes between 2 and 4 minutes. Grilling corn should take a little longer. Pull the husks back and remove the silk. Soak the corn in salt water for a few minutes and re-wrap the ear in the husk then grill the corn until the kernels are tender.
It depends on what type of corn you want to grow...
Usually you take the tassels off to pollinate corn (you shake the tassels onto the silk) each of the silk hairs produces one kernel of corn. Also, Detasseling is done to cross-breed, or hybridize, two different varieties of corn. Corn is planted in alternating rows of different corn varieties. One variety is detasseled (tassels removed ) and is fertilized by the second variety to produce an improved hybrid.
It depends, what do you mean by "baby corn"? From a can? On an ear?
corn rolls take up to 3-6 hours so you have to do it early.
11 - 12 months