Summer Heat Gives Boost To Sweet CornWhether you buy sweet corn in the middle of the city, or on the side of a country road, now is the time to get it.
Following Wintry Spring Weather, Farmers Rushing To Plant CropsMuddy fields and frost in the ground have delayed the planting of spring crops. The situation has left farmers waiting and watching for the right time to drop their seeds in the soil.
First Minnesota-Harvested Sweet Corn Expected To Sell FastNothing says summer in Minnesota quite like fresh picked, locally grown sweet corn. And roadside stands are popping up all across the state to sell the traditional dinner treat.
New Recipes For An Old Favorite: Sweet CornFor many Minnesotans, it's one of the best treats to have in the summer – sweet corn! And this year Minnesota farmers are expecting a bumper crop. While a classic corn on the cob always tastes good, Kirsten Shabaz of Valley Natural Foods shared some new recipes to help put a twist on a classic.
Farmers Anticipating Bumper Crop Of Sweet CornJust the right amount of sun and rain this summer has set up a prime sweet corn crop. Farmers are excited about soil conditions and other factors that have led to what should be a bumper crop for sweet corn.
Good Questions: Dog Years, Feed Corn And Road ConstructionIt's Friday, so we're answering some of the Good Questions you've e-mailed us this summer. Lisa from Farmington, Minn. asks: why are dog years counted seven years for every one year of human life?
Sweet, Ground Corn Slow To Grow Around The StateThe Minnesota State Fair is just weeks away and the most popular food is not in great supply. It's just been in the past few weeks that local corn is being sold at places like the Minneapolis Farmers market. That's at least two weeks later than normal.
Sweet Corn Back On Track After Wet WeatherThis spring, the wet weather really put corn farmers behind schedule. But now locally-grown sweet corn is at the store and the farmers markets, and the overall crop is looking pretty good.
Finding Minnesota: Corn Capital DaysBy this time, there should be some Minnesota sweet corn for sale at the roadside stands, but a cool, wet spring caused much of this year's crop to be a little late.