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115 days. 12 ft. tall plants. 12-18" ears. Bradshaw Heirloom Collection. Suitable for table use & corn meal. PKT (100) $3 SOLD OUT
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115 days. 12 ft. tall plants. 12-18" ears. Bradshaw Heirloom Collection. Suitable for table use & corn meal. PKT (200) $5 SOLD OUT
Price: $5.00
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Corn - OPEN POLLINATED - Pencil Cob (½ Lb)

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80-100 days. Sometimes called Tennessee Red Cob corn. This southern Heirloom that has existed in the American South since the late 1800’s, produces white shoepeg kernals. The plants are very sturdy and are often grown in an intercropping system to provide support for pole beans. Each ear is medium large in size and besides being excellent for roasting ears, also makes a good corn bread.  ½ LB $5 SOLD OUT
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Corn - OPEN POLLINATED - Pencil Cob (PKT)

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80-100 days. Sometimes called Tennessee Red Cob corn. This southern Heirloom that has existed in the American South since the late 1800’s, produces white shoepeg kernals. The plants are very sturdy and are often grown in an intercropping system to provide support for pole beans. Each ear is medium large in size and besides being excellent for roasting ears, also makes a good corn bread. PKT (150) $2
Price: $2.00

Corn - OPEN POLLINATED - Reids Yellow Dent (1/2 Lb)

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85-110 days. Productive, hardy Heirloom corn was a prize winner at the 1893 World's Fair. Developed by James L. Reid in northern Illinois from a Gordon Hopkins cross  his father brought from Brown County, Ohio in 1846. Vigorous 6-7' plants with 9-10" well-filled ears. Very dependable and adaptive variety. 1/2 Lb $5. SOLD OUT
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Corn - OPEN POLLINATED - Reids Yellow Dent (PKT)

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85-110 days. Productive, hardy Heirloom corn was a prize winner at the 1893 World's Fair. Developed by James L. Reid in northern Illinois from a Gordon Hopkins cross  his father brought from Brown County, Ohio in 1846. Vigorous 6-7' plants with 9-10" well-filled ears. Very dependable and adaptive variety. PKT (150) $2
Price: $2.00

 

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115 days. Heirloom 8-9 foot tall plants produce 8-10 inch ears with 14-18 rows of white kernels. Grind for flour or use for livestock feed. ½ LB. $5  SOLD OUT
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115 days. Heirloom 8-9 foot tall plants produce 8-10 inch ears with 14-18 rows of white kernels. Grind for flour or use for livestock feed.  PKT (150) $2
Price: $2.00

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