Red Corn Seeds
We provide only high-quality seeds. Our seeds exhibit a more than 80% germination rate under ideal conditions.
Red Corn is a type of sweet corn. Its ears are wrapped in tightly bound lime hued husks with silks and a tassel that extend out from the tip. Red corn’s kernels are stained with hues of ruby brick red and creamy pink tones, depending on specific variety.
Planting Red Corn Seeds:
- Red Corn seeds no need to be soaked, but it needs to be sown in place of exposed to direct sunlight.
- After Planting, care should be taken.
- Seed shoots out 4 – 9 days after planting
- The nursery ends after having 2 – 7 leaves.
- Take care of the nursery which includes watering, spacing the seeds, as well as preventing pests and diseases.
Nutritional Applications of Red Corn Seeds:
- Red corn provides twenty percent more protein than white corn or yellow corn.
- Red corn contains 350% more antioxidants than common white or yellow corn.
- Harvested immature and used soon thereafter, Red corn can be hulled fresh for salads and soups.
- Anthocyanin, the pigment that creates the red color in this corn, are antioxidant flavonoids that protect many body systems.
- Anthocyanins have anti-inflammatory properties, have been linked to reversing nervous system damage and can also reverse affects of diabetes.
Planting seed is an inexpensive way to grow your favourite plants. Growing plants from seed have many good benefits. We will save money, we can choose from varieties far beyond those locally available, we also experience the joy of watching a lifeless seed sprout into a living plant.
A seed is a plant embryo, its initial food supply is stored within a protective coating. Seeds remain dormant until a combination of moisture, temperature, air, and light triggers germination.
In order to plant the seeds, the potting mixture/soil should be moistened or slightly wet. Plant the seed half or an inch inside the soil. When seeds are first planted, they need an extra bit of water in order to start the germination process.
Water the seeds regularly via sprinkler, seeds rely on a constant supply of water to go through the germination process, thereby producing a sprout. Water on a regular basis so that the potting mixture is always moist but never soaking. When your seeds outgrow their containers and are planted outside, they will not need nearly as much water to thrive.
It may take a few days to a few weeks for the seeds to begin to push tiny sprouts through the soil. At this point, they should be moved to natural sunlight. Place them where it gets plenty of light throughout the day.
It may take several weeks before your plants are ready to be transplanted. Most plants go through a growth phase which makes it easy to know when they are ready to be moved outdoors. The first set of leaves that appear are known as the seed leaves. The second set of leaves to appear are called the true leaves and are a sign that your plants are matured and ready for moving. You can feed the plants with a bit of liquid fertilizer after they have sprouted, to help expedite this growing process.
The productiveness of any seed we sell is subject to your local climatic conditions*, the sowing method you adopt, and your commitment to the planting process. We give no warranty, expressed or implied, and are in no way responsible for the produce.
Please note that all our seasonal recommendations/ sowing information is as per the local climatic conditions. *For more information on the optimum conditions required for growing seeds in your region. please contact us at, firstname.lastname@example.org or Whatsapp us at, +91 96186 68440
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