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Organic Baby Corn Seeds - Open Pollinated

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Number of seeds in a packet: 12

Latest Germination Test: April, 2024

Germination Percentage: 95%


Organic Baby Corn Seeds - Open Pollinated
Organic Baby Corn Seeds - Open Pollinated
Organic Baby Corn Seeds - Open Pollinated
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Product Description - Organic Baby Corn Seeds - Open Pollinated

Baby corn is thin, measuring approximately 1 to 2 centimeters in diameter and 4 to 10 centimeters in length, with a straight and slender cylindrical shape that tapers slightly toward the ear's ends. When sold fresh, baby corn is available encased in its green husk or shucked. The cobs are coated in tiny developing kernels, which vary in color from pale yellow to cream, and are arranged in vertical rows. In comparison to mature corn, baby corn is entirely edible, and the cobs are somewhat malleable. Tender and succulent with a snappy crunch, baby corn has a moderate, slightly sweet, earthy, and vegetal flavor. Baby corn is available canned during the year. When it is in season, it is best in the spring and summer.

Benefits/uses of Baby corn

  • Baby corn has a meager calorie count. Baby corn contains just 26 calories per 100 grams. By including the lovely vegetable in your weight-loss diet, you can be able to shed some fast and easy pounds.
  • Baby corn harvested at the proper age contains a high concentration of beneficial fibers.
  • Fibre adds weight to the stool and helps maintain daily bowel movements. Fiber is the slowest to ingest, resulting in the sense of fullness. This sensation serves as a deterrent to bingeing on other high-fat foods.
  • Although corn is well-known for its high starch and carbohydrate content, baby corn has a lower starch content. Additionally, it contains very little fat, making it a safer option for weight loss.
  • Baby corn is a nutrient-dense vegetable. Along with essential fibers and proteins, baby corns are a powerhouse of antioxidants.
  • Baby corn is an excellent source of soluble and insoluble fibers. Fibres aid in the stimulation of a healthy digestive system. A healthy digestive system can also aid in weight loss that is both healthy and successful.
  • Yellow baby corn, like mature corn, contains a significant amount of carotenoids. Carotenoids promote eye protection and help prevent cataracts.
  • Baby corn is high in folate. Folic acid is believed to be critical in preventing neural tube congenital disabilities in the fetus. Pregnant women may wish to incorporate baby corn into their pregnancy diet to ensure proper nutrition. From weight loss to maintaining balanced vision, baby corn is a wellness treasure trove.
  • Baby corn is an excellent source of a variety of nutrients. Additionally, it includes dietary fiber and protein, as well as essential antioxidants.

Specifications of Baby corn seeds

Common name

Young corn, Cornlets, or baby sweetcorn


Full sun


Needs lots of water to grow properly




Drained sandy loam to silty loam soils with pH ranges from 5.5 to 7.5.




7-14 days

Harvest season

Spring -season

No. of seeds



Planting and Care For Baby corn

Sowing Baby corn seeds

  • The seed sowing process can be carried out at any time of year when the temperature is between 22°C and 32°C.
  • Loamy and sandy soil having a pH of 6-7 is ideal for growing these mini corn.
  • The seed trays are used to germinate seeds in a variety of smaller containers.
  • To begin, seed the area with seeds that are 1-1.5 inches in diameter.
  • Create a small hole in the mud of the pot and insert 2-3 seeds.
  • It is referred to as a backup seed since only a few seeds germinate, and hence the second seedling germinates.

Growing Baby corn

  • Baby corn thrives in warm, sunny conditions, i.e., at temperatures of 40-45°C in the warmest, sunniest spot in your garden field.
  • After germination, transfer the germinated pots to a warm, sunny location.
  • Later on, when they reach 4 inches or more, you can move them to larger grow bags.
  • Combine the mud with the peat and other mixtures to help the soil retain moisture. It needs a high level of water to thrive in hot, sunny areas.
  • Baby corn thrives in loamy soils, and planting is a breeze. These soils promote good root development and require frequent watering.
  • Block planting is needed for baby corn, and the grow bag you select must be wide enough to fit at least two to three rows of plants. For growing them, large grow bags with drain holes drilled in the bottom work well. Place drain mats in the bottom of the container or large pot, take care not to obstruct the openings, weigh down the grow bags, and prevent them from tipping over due to the tall plants above. 
  • Before planting, combine a high-nitrogen fertilizer such as Phospho Bacteria Biofertilizer or Azospirillum Nitrogen Fixing Biofertilizer with the coco peat and soil to initiate proper and safe plant development. It is preferable to follow the directions on the label and apply the recommended amount of fertilizer, depending on the size of your grow bag.

Harvesting Baby corn

  • When your corn heads reach a height of 6 inches, gently pull them down until they snap cleanly off your plant, even if you lose a few leaves in the process of harvesting from growing bag plants. It is a natural and innocuous occurrence, and you need not be concerned. Peeling away the outer leaves of the harvested corn will reveal the tiny baby corns inside, which will be very compact.
  • After germination, the days to maturity are approximately 65 days. Six to twelve hand harvests may be needed for a single planting. Baby corn must be harvested within one to two days of the appearance of silks. Harvesting usually takes two to four weeks. Corn is sold husked to preserve moisture and ear consistency.
  • It is essential to suppress weeds before the corn reaches a height of 24 inches (60 cm). Weed rivalry will cause maturity to be delayed and yield to be reduced. Weeds can be controlled mechanically between rows and manually inside rows.

Precautions While Growing Baby corn

Detasseling is accomplished by removing all of the corn plants' tassels. It is achieved immediately upon the emergence of the tassels (40-45 days). It improves the consistency, number of pods, and weight of baby corn and allows for an earlier harvest. Tassels are usually visible 5-10 days before pods.

When planted in soil that retains humidity during the cultivation era, baby corn trees thrive and produce high-quality products. If they receive an excessive amount of water or experience a period of drought, the trees' growth would be disrupted, resulting in low-quality produce. A lack of water causes defective ears during the corn ear-forming season. In general, baby corn trees should be watered regularly from the start of cultivation to harvest. They should be watered every 2-3 days when they are little. Water should be issued every 5-7 days before they reach a height of 50-60 centimeters. Following that, farmers must water the trees whenever the soil becomes dry.

Baby corn needs virtually no pesticide application due to its short growth period, eliminating the residue effect and lowering production costs.

Common Problems Affecting Baby corn Plants And Solutions

The most frequently encountered diseases and pests on baby corn plants Anthracnose, Cercospora leaf blot, Charcoal rot, Common rust, Common smut, Downy Mildew disease, Gibberella stalk, and ear rot, Northern Leaf Blight, Bacterial leaf blight, Bacterial Leaf Streak disease, Bacterial stalk rot, and Goss's bacterial blight are several of the more common diseases contained in baby corn. These can be managed by handling or using pesticides and other chemicals on the seeds to prevent further harm to the plants. Choosing a variety that is resistant to both of these can also help alleviate pest problems.

No. of Baby Corn Seeds - 12

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
Arun Chandak

Products at seed2plant are of very good quality backed by a professional customer care service.

Benedict Jebakumar (Chennai, IN)

Good germination results of the seeds with healthy yields.

Murli (Hyderabad, IN)
100% germination

Baby corn seeds have germinated 100% successfully and are growing well. Excellent seed quality.

Anand Raj

Tomorrow send panren mam

Ankur Patel (Ahmedabad, IN)

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