Describes how to select a variety of baby corn based on factors such as ear appearance, ease of harvest, and ability to cross-pollinate. Lists days-to-harvest for varieties of field, standard sweet, and sugary enhanced sweet corn grown in southwest Washington. Covers planting baby corn as a primary and secondary crop, irrigation, weed control, harvest, and marketing methods. Discusses soil testing and nutrient application. Includes application rates for lime, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, contact information for seed sources, and a list of references.