Hopi Blue Flour Corn Seed
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Beautiful, big, blue ears on a drought tolerant plant are excellent ground into flour for breads and tortillas.
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100 days. Open polinated Heirloom.
Grown by the Hopi Indians for hundreds of years on the mesas of northern Arizona, this corn is very drought tolerant. It also did well for us in a very wet year here in the Ozarks. Stalks are strong and stood up well to many high winds on our farm.
It produces long, beautiful blue ears on a 9' tall plant. It husks easily, and the kernels grind easily into flour and are also excellent parched. Some folks like it roasted at the milk stage- has an old fashioned corny flavor.
Germinated at 86% on 11/26/11.
|Lifecycle:||1 (0: N/A, 1: annual, 2: perennial, 3: biennial)|
|Soil:||Adaptable, but needs high fertility, especially nitrogen. Corn really appreciates manure or alfalfa meal.|
|Propagation / Germination:||Plant 2 seeds per foot, 1" deep after last frost when soil has warmd to at least 60 degrees. Thin to 1 plant per row foot.|
|Spacing:||1' in the row, 3' between rows.|
|Water:||Water weekly if necessary.|
We are now closed for the 2014 season. Thank you to all of our wonderful customers! We will be back in January, 2015.
We produce all of our own seed, unlike most seed sellers. We never purchase bulk seeds and repackage them. You can be sure that you are getting top quality, healthy, and vigorous seeds from us, and that they were produced by us on our small farm in healthy soil.
We are licensed by the State of Missouri Department of Agriculture to sell plants (license #1931) and seed (license #149045) produced by us. We exceed the Federal minimum germination standards and post our germination test results with each variety