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For the past four years I have grown a short season, hybrid, super sweet corn. Twice now I have had trouble ordering seed and have decided to try something different. I would like to go to a variety which I can save the seed for next year’s crop. Fortunately I have managed in the past to just make harvest prior to a hard freeze and I would prefer to plant about a sixty day variety if possible. I realize I may have to give up something on flavor, but too many of my seeds are being back ordered these days and I have decided to plant more varieties in which I can save my own seed. Any help here would be greatly appreciated. Thanks much.