I looked it up it said it's a SU hybrid 63 days to maturity. Though they mean for eating.
At the same time as for eating you can save seed but it's best to wait longer. Some types supposedly don't dry down on the cob well especially in some climates. I usually get away with dry down on the plant with early types.
Once the cob is nice and dry you just shell the seeds and put them in a bag or envelope.
In a dry climate just store in a cool dry place.
It's a hybrid so there will be some variability in the next generation. That is ok. Just save seed from the ones you like when you do it again next year.
Western Montana gardener and botanist in zone 6a according to 2012 zone update.
Gardening on lakebed sediments with 7 inch silty clay loam topsoil, 7 inch clay accumulation layer underneath, have added sand in places.
posted 3 months ago
Ok ty I will try pulling one and letting one dry out because I have no idea how it will work. I'm sooo excited to plant and tend to this corn!!!
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