Has anyone planted sweet corn yet? I'm still waiting for warmer weather it was 53° this morning and going to be 51° Sunday morning. Super sweet & sweet corn are both very sensitive to cold & wet weather they need 65° minimum low in the morning and 80° + during the day to plant seeds. I stopped planting super sweet corn germination is only 50% to 60% maximum I only plant sweet corn. 72 day corn plants are small, ears are small, kernels are small, I have to plant 9 rows of super sweet corn to equal 3 rows of 90 day sweet corn this is 80 corn seeds per row with seed spacing 5" apart. When soil is 85° I have to water seed rows several times every day for 7 days to get 99.8% germination. I till 1 lb of Urea into each row 1 week before planting. I feed corn 15-15-15 when plants are about 6" tall. After that I pour on the nitrogen 1 lb per row every week then water it into the soil. Corn plants are 8' to 9' tall ears are big corn is sweet. Wife cuts kernels off the cob freezes it 20 ounces per zip lock bag that is a heaping 1 pint jar of corn kernels 240 ears = about 100 bags = about 125 lbs of corn kernels in the freezer. We are having excellent luck growing G90 sweet corn. I hope I can plant corn & beans Monday if it is warm enough. The only thing we put in mason jars these days are, tomatoes in quarts, Bread & Butter pickles in quarts, Enchilada sauce in pints. We are making 7 gallons of bread & butter pickles this year this will be a 3 or 4 year supply don't need to grow cucumbers again for 3 or 4 years.