Washington State University

Small Farms Team

Sweet Corn

Production
Seed suppliers
Pest management
Marketing


Production

Sweet Corn for Fresh Market, Oregon State University, Revised September 2004.

Sweet Corn for Processing, Oregon State University, Revised September 2004.

Baby corn, Oregon State University. April 2002.

Baby corn, Carol Miles, Washington State University. 2000.

Baby corn research program in western WA, Carol Miles, Washington State University.

Organic Sweet Corn Production. Steve Diver, George Kuepper and Preston Sullivan, NCAT Agriculture Specialists. Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA). September 2001. Updated by Katherine Adam, 2008.

VegNet. Dan McGrath, Oregon State University Cooperative Extension; a pest and disease monitoring and reporting network serving the Willamette Valley processed vegetable Industry. 2009.

2009 Ohio Vegetable Production Guide, Bulletin 672-09, Ohio State University. A very lengthy document covering all aspects of sweet corn.

Seed suppliers

SeedQuest, national listing of commercial vegetable and flower companies

Pest management

WSU Vegetable Pathology Team, Washington State University Mt. Vernon; a site with newsletters, pictures, calendar, etc.

On-Line Guide to Plant Disease Control, Oregon State University, Botany and Plant Pathology. Excellent color plates on Northwest plant problems. 2009.

Organic Sweet Corn Production, George Kuepper, Steve Diver, and Preston Sullivan, Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA), September 2001. Updated by Katherine Adam, 2008.

How to Manage Pests: Corn, University of California Integrated Pest Management Guidelines; excellent color plates of corn insects, diseases, and weeds.

Cover Crops for Weed Management in Organic Vegetables, Carol Miles, Washington State University. 2000.

Marketing

Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association, Kennewick, Washington. Dedicated to education, research, promotion and representation of the vegetable industry in the Pacific Northwest.

Entertainment Farming & Agri-Tourism, Katherine Adams, Appropriate Technology Transfer for Rural Areas (ATTRA). Sweet corn be a key part of direct farm marketing along with agri-tourism. September 2004.

Some WSU Extension web sites provide links to external sites for the convenience of users. These external sites are not managed by WSU Extension. Furthermore, WSU Extension does not review, control or take responsibility for the content of these sites, nor do these sites implicitly or explicitly represent official positions and policies of WSU Extension.
Small Farms Team, 2606 W. Pioneer, Washington State University, Puyallup, WA 98371-4998, Contact Us