Sweetcorn became a popular vegetable in the 1960s which is a sweet version of maize. Several varieties are available, some have white kernels and others have a mix of yellow and white kernels. Varieties differ in sweetness, and recently super-sweet varieties have become available.
In 2015 the total tonnage grown was 69,000 tonnes.
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The Control of Greasy Cutworm Caterpillars
Six replicated field trials were undertaken to evaluate Fastac (alphacypermethrin, 10% EC), Karate Zeon (lambdacyhalothrin, 25% capsule suspension) and Sumi-Alpha (esfenvalerate, 5% EC) applied as broadcast sprays in combination with pre-emergence herbicides, for the control of greasy cutworm (Agrotis ipsilon aneituma) caterpillars in seedling maize and sweetcorn (Zea mays).