If it is out there, I have not seen it. My father works for Dupont (Pioneer) and my good friend works for Monsanot (Dekalb). I have seen 75 to 80 day corn. If this was out there it would be used all the time. All our crops were washed out along the rivers this year and we were not able to get any corn in. The state also had their corn flooded out, all over the state. No corn there either. Just millet, smart weed, duck grasses will develop in time.
There are some 60 day corns, at least that's their story. Have seen sweet corn and a native desert type talked about but never tried either. Do a search for it............have some major doubts on the day claims
First it rained, then it blew, then it frizz, then it snew --- from an oldtimers gunning boat ~~ He understood what it's about!
doesnt matter. If there is food the birds will the there. He was asking about sweetcorn because it comes out really early (i think?). Or, because it will grow fast in an area which was wet and the corn had to go in late...
We mainly mainly golden harvest in Illinois and this year we had to plant a 90 day seed. Sweet corn will still work - defintely a shorter maturity too, just depends on when you can get your crop in and what you prefer.
The earliest hybrid I've found is a 72 day. And it's mainly for guys in North Dakota. I don't know if you have checked but seed corn is pretty damned expensive anymore and if you can even find this early of a hybrid from the local coop or your seed dealer I would doubt it.