I normally grow White Out Sweet corn (https://www.2bseeds.com/sweetcornwhiteout.shtml), which is an SE type. It's quite sweet even after a few days in the fridge, and fairly productive.
But this year I noticed a new variety, Burpee's "Triple Crown XP" Sweet Corn. Apparently it's a fairly new (se/sh2) variety. Would that mean I have to make sure it doesn't cross pollinate with the SE variety? Is it tough and productive?
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Grew Burpee's Triple Crown XP Bicolor Hybrid in 2017. Its 75 day so good for our short growing season. It's a tall corn and had good pollination and wonderfully formed sweet ears with about a third having 2 ears per stalk. Planted 8" apart in small 4x4 plot and did some hand pollination of silks. Very pleased with this corn variety and we enjoyed it very much.