This side dish recipe for Southern-Style Creamed Corn is easy to make and packed with fresh sweet summer corn. It doesn’t bear any resemblance to the canned variety and, if that is all you have ever had, you are in for a treat.
For maximum growth and yield, sweet corn should receive full sun. Soil temperature must be at least 50°F for germination and growth, but 60-85°F is ideal. Sweet corn that has germinated can withstand light frosts because the growing point is protected by the outer leaves, but it is important for the soil to be warm enough to allow germination.
f the place / container to plant Suci White Corn uses polybag/pot, polybag/pot must be given a hole in the bottom and make it so that the bottom does not touch the ground, so that the water does not stay in the polyamag for too long (can flow out) . For simplicity, before being given planting media (soil), first insert the small stones (or rock fragments) into polybag/pot. These stones serve as a buffer for the growing media while preventing drainage holes from clogging. Then fill polybag/pot with planting media up to 75% – 85% part of polybag/pot (meaning not to the full). The planting media used can be in the form of a mixture of soil, sand or fuel husk, and compost or manure with a ratio of 1 : 1 : 1 or 2 : 1 : 1.