Did you know that corn is America’s number one field crop? Corn leads all other crops in value & volume of production. Corn in a major component in many food items like cereals, peanut butter, snack foods and soft drinks. Corn is produced on every continent in the world with the exception of Antarctica. Exports are critical to the well being of American agriculture. Nearly 1/3 of our nations corn crop is targeted for exports.
Bloody Butcher Sweet Corn 100 Seeds Heirloom
Grown in the U. S. since 1845. Plants grow 9-12′ tall and have 2 ears per stalk, each ear is 8-12″ long. Good drought tolerance. Good for flour, cornmeal or corn-on-the-cob when young. Great for fall decorations.
50 Seeds Black Aztec Sweet Corn- Zea Mays
A beautiful stalk that reaches 6′-10′, it produces medium-sized ears with an old fashioned first class sweet corn taste 100 days. 50 seeds. The Black Aztec is a gorgeous looking cornmeal/flour variety corn that can be eaten fresh when young or dried and ground into cornmeal. Its versatility makes it a favorite amongst home growers
Golden Bantam Corn Heirloom Seeds
Golden Bantam is one of the old-time favorite heirloom varieties of yellow sweet corn. The plants grow to 6′ tall and produce long, tender 7″ ears that are plump and ultra-sweet, with a nice, corny flavor and the chewiness of the old-time yellow sweet corn. If you want the most abundant and productive crop from