FRESH SWEET CORN is a major vegetable crop in the North Central States. Because of its extremely perishable nature it is a crop that offers a chance for wide improvements in product quality through improved handling and marketing methods. These improvements are to the advantage of growers seeking an expanded market and also to consumers, many of whom would not otherwise experience the pleasure of eating fresh, high quality
Winter, J.D.; Nylund, R. E.; Cox, R. W..
Marketing Fresh Sweet Corn in the Midwest.
Minnesota Agricultural Experiment Station.
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