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  • Fresh baby corn has a crisp texture and a subtle, slightly sweet corn flavor.
  • Although almost all the baby corn found in the United States is pickled or canned and imported from Asia, fresh baby corn is easy to grow in the Pacific Northwest.
  • Baby corn is no longer a delicacy or specialty food reserved for salad bars and Asian restaurants; it is a locally produced delicious
    treat to eat raw or cooked in many recipes.
  • Baby cornís miniature size makes consumers think that it grows from dwarf corn plants, but the tiny ears of baby corn are simply immature ears from regular-sized corn plants.
  • Specialty varieties are available for baby corn production, but baby corn can also be harvested from many common corn varieties.
  • The purpose of this publication is to describe how to select a variety and grow baby corn.
  • There are two different methods for producing baby corn. In the first method, baby corn is the
    primary crop, and a variety is selected and planted to produce only baby corn. In the second method, baby corn is the secondary crop in a planting of sweet corn or field corn, and the variety
    is selected to produce either sweet corn or field corn.
  • The decision whether to grow baby corn either as a primary crop or as a secondary crop will
    influence variety choice, planting density, and fertilizer rates.
  • Baby corn ears are hand-picked as soon as the corn silks emerge from the ear tips, or a few days after. Corn generally matures very quickly, so the harvest of baby corn must be timed carefully to avoid ending up with more mature corn ears. Baby corn ears are typically 4.5 cm to 10 cm (1.75 inches - 4 inches) in length and 7 mm to 17 mm (1/4 inch - 2/3 inch) in diameter.
  • Baby corn adds a special, gourmet touch to many dishes and salads. Its miniature size is
    appealing, as is the taste, color and crunch.
  • When ready to prepare, remove the husk and
    wash baby corn before cooking. Most people like to steam baby corn for 5 minutes or until tender before using in other dishes.
    Baby corn can also be eaten raw; the entire tiny ear of corn is edible, cob and all. Here are some easy ways to start using baby corn.
  •  Serve raw with other vegetables and a low-fat dip. Toss cooked baby corn into your favorite pasta salad or tossed salad. Include baby corn in any stir-fry dish. Add baby corn to spaghetti sauce, a rice and bean dish, or casserole. Serve steamed baby corn as a side dish topped with a bit of olive oil or butter and a dash of salt.


  • About Baby Corn
  • Baby corn
  • Size and Carbohydrate Content of Ears of Baby Corn in Relation to Endosperm Type
  • Field fresh foods
  • Different Canned Packaging for Fresh Baby Corn in Brine
  • Getting Young Corn Snakes to Eat
  • Nutritious Is Baby Corn


  • Plant growth regulators and split application of nitrogen improves the quality parameter and green cob yield of baby corn
  • Performance of baby corn  as influenced by spacing, nitrogen fertilization and plant growth regulators under sub humid condition in Rajasthan,India
  • Baby corn development
  • Soil Management for Baby Corn in Organic Farm
  • Trace back of Thai Baby Corn Implicated in Danish and Australian Shigellosis Outbreaks


  • Products of Baby Corn


  • Estimation of Baby Corn production efficiency in experimental hybrids of maize
  • Influence of Integrated Weed Management Practices on Weed Dynamics and
    Yield of Baby Corn in Southern Agro-climatic Zone of Andhra Pradesh
  • Intercropping of Baby Corn with legumes and cover crops
  • Baby Corn post harvest procedures
  • Response of Bay Corn to planting methods and irrigation schedules under drip
  • Shelf life extensions using ca films


  • Multiple-eared inbred line of corn for production of Baby Corn
  • Corn fractionation method
  • Method for reducing acrylamide in corn-based foods


  • Plant Growth regulators and split application of nitrogen improves the quality parameter and green cob yield of Baby Corn
  • Response of Baby Corn to plant density and fertilizer levels


  • Supplier1 from china
  • Supplier2 from china
  • Supplier3 from china
  • Supplier4 from china
  • Supplier5 from china
  • Supplier6 from china
  • Supplier from Agra


  • Product Specification

Company Profile

  • Company from china
  • Company1 from India
  • Company2 from India
  • Company3 from India
  • company from Uttar Pradesh


  • Baby Corn preliminary report for 2004
  • Thailand Processed Sweet Corn Annual 2004


  • Baby Corn Marketing in Thailand
  • Standard for Baby Corn
  • Thai Market Overview
  • Baby Corn Marketing
  • Marketing Standards of Baby Corn


  • Growth and Yield of Baby Corn as Influenced by Plant Growth Regulators and
    Different Time of Nitrogen Application
  • A low-cost image analysis technique for seed size determination
  • Mineral composition and growth of baby corn under swine wastewater combined with chemical fertilization
  • Performance and profitability study of baby corn and tomato intercropping
  • A Case Study of Export Chains for Exotic Vegetables from Punjab State
  • Baby corn single-cross hybrids yield in two plant densities


  • Growth of Baby Corn on a Sandy Soil
  • Effect of Crop Geometry, Intercropping Systems and Integrated Nutrient Management Practices on Productivity of Baby Corn  based Intercropping Systems
  • Effect of  dose and time of potassium application on yield and quality of baby corn
  • Effect of Organic and inorganic nitrogen in growth and yield of Baby Corn
  • Effect of plastic mulch on economizing irrigation water and weed control in baby corn sown by different methods


  • Baby corn, green ear, and grain yield of corn cultivars
  • Green ear yield and grain yield of maize after harvest of the first ear as baby corn
  • Harvesting and Storage of Baby Corn
  • Promotion of Zero Tillage in Maize through Farmer-
    Participatory Approach in Bihar, India
  • Codex standard for Baby Corn
  • Edaphic mesofauna in soil cultivated with baby corn and treated with swine wastewater combined with chemical fertilization
  • Baby Corn

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