Twelve monthly experiments with 10 sweet corn varieties were conducted from August 1970 to August 1971 at the Isabela Agricultural Experiment Substation to determine the effect of planting season on the yield of marketable ears. Winter (Jan., Feb., and March) was the planting season conducive to highest yields, almost twice those of the other planting seasons. Hawaii 68 produced a significantly higher number of marketable ears per acre than the rest of the varieties. It was followed by Hawaiian Hybrid, PR-50, and USDA-34.
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