In New Jersey, sweet corn is usually planted in April and can go as late as early July. The days from germination to harvest usually range 70 to 80 days, but it all depends on the variety. Visit your local garden store and see if they have a seed packet and the days to maturity are on the back. There may be some quick-growing varieties that are 60 days.
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