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Growing Sweet corn, also maize

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03 May 17 (Australia - temperate climate)
I have s quite a few PURPLE CORN which I grew a few years ago but over the last 2 years I have been unable to grow them again. Is there any information available about the best time an method to grow them in Sydney?. Thank you
04 May 17 Sean (Australia - sub-tropical climate)
Corn and maize do well if they have plenty of compost or manure and a good water supply. They can normally be planted as the weather warms up in spring. probably mid-September onwards in Sydney. You could also plant climbing beans to grow up the corn stalks once the corn has reached about waist high.
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