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On Sep 1, 2005, Farmerdill from Augusta, GA (Zone 8a) wrote:
a dent/field/flour corn) OG annual 115-120 days 2 ft. Young corn is a substantial, flavorful sweet corn; mature it makes good blue corn flour. Very large ears range from all blue to some with a majority of white kernels. This Cherokee Blue and White corn was brought by the Cherokee over the Trail of Tears. Well adapted to the needs of America's early farmers: high ear placement facilitated handpicking and tall stalks provided good quantities of fodder for winter feeding of cattle.