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70-80 Days to maturity. Zea mays var. rugosa’Mirai 315’. Mirai® 315 Bi-color Hybrid Corn Seeds. Annual, hybrid. Mirai®315 bi-color corn hybrid has superb sweetness (up to 18%), yields, and tenderness. The corn ears are 8 inches long with 16 rows, an ear height of 34", and a good tip-fill. It is among the best in taste, flavor, durability, and texture of available types. Mirai will hold its quality for 10-14 days when kept in the husk and refrigerated. In the development of Mirai, no genetic modification or biotechnology traits were applied; it has been created exclusively through natural selection. ~235 seeds/oz.
Other Common Names:Mirai 315 BC, Sweet Corn, Tender Sweet Corn, or Mirai Corn.
How to Grow Mirai 315 Corn
Mirai 315 Corn is an SH2-type (supersweet type) and should not be planted next to SU (sugary) or S (sugary extended). Required isolation is at least 50 feet from all except SH2. This variety requires careful seedbed preparation. Prepare warm soil, adequate moisture, and careful placement. The seed will not tolerate cold soil, crusting, overwatering, or deep planting. It is light and requires experimentation with planter plates. Plant these in blocks of at least four shorter rows rather than one long row for pollination purposes. Sow seeds in spring/summer after the last frost (60°F minimum soil temperature). Do not use Accent herbicide.
Keep the soil moist. Fertilize if the plants look pale or have pale veins. For a continuous harvest, plant a new batch of seeds when first planting peaks through the soil. Maintain the area weed free around the plants to avoid competition. Optionally, seed a ground cover over the bare ground to decrease weeds and retain soil moisture.
Harvesting Mirai Corn
Harvest 21-24 days after silking and hand harvest only; MIRAI® has unusually tender kernels. Firmly but softly grasp the cob and pull downwards to release it from the stalk.
Mirai 315 Corn is delicious when grilled, boiled, steamed, or even microwaved.The kernels are enjoyed right on the cob. They can also be removed and added to many dishes, consumed on their own as a side, or blanched and frozen for later use.
Stories From Our Gardeners
"Fresh, local corn is crucial in experiencing a classic American summer. I have strong memories of my grandmother cooking us fresh corn on the cob and it was better than candy!"
Tall and upright single stalk with cobs branching off.
Rich, loamy soil with good drainage.
Pests and Disease:
Medium resistance to NCLB, common rust and Stewart’s bacterial wilt. Adequate care and attention are the best defenses against serious issues. Avoid the spread of threats by carefully removing any corn plants that appear to be infected.
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