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115 days. Plant height 71/2 to 9 feet. Ear length 7 to 8 inches with 10 to 12 rows of large white kernels (the largest of any white variety). Small cob. Roasting ear variety. Works well for grits, meal and tortilla flour.
80 days. Sweet, yellow corn, ear length 8 inches, with 10 to 14 rows of yellow kernels. Used in home gardens.
100 days. Plants grow 5 to 6 feet tall, 2-3 ears per stalk. Ears are surrounded by a thick tight shuck. Plant seed 18 inches apart and thin to one stalk to hill, keep suckers out.
110 days. Roasting ear variety. Plants are 81/2', ear length 9 to 10 inches. Yellow kernels 16-22 closely spaced rows. Terrific for hominy and grits. Adapted to all of the U.S.
115 days. Roasting ear corn, widely adapted in the south. Plant height 8 to 9', ear length 8 to 10 inches with 14-18 rows white kernels.