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I posted this question in the market growers forum..but no answer..
Can anyone tell me anything about it?
I could take a pic if you need to see it.
I'm not a market grower..but I thought maybe one of
you could tell me a bit about feather corn. Can't find
much info in searching on the net. I stopped at a
roadside stand in the country where the lady was
selling fancy gourds and herbs and such. She had
some interesting dried corn..she said it was feather
corn. I got curious..is it grown only for decoration..or
is it a food ...or both?
Thanks for any info..
I'll do that right now..Isn't it funny how something takes your fancy and you can't get it out of your mind.
I guess I have an inquisitive mind..heightened by the easy access of knowledge on the computer.
It's our thanksgiving day here in Canada and I am thankful for all of the wonderful people ready to help here at DG's
P.S. I was born in Boxford, Sulfolk area near Colchester I think..during the war...only 9 months old when I came to Canada...but I have a warm feeling for the Brits..