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On Jul 23, 2011, larry1702 from Albuquerque, NM wrote:
OP105 days under most conditions thick strong stalks to 8 ft and great red corn with white spot on the top of the kernels. Very attractive and wow do the chickens pass over everything else to get to it. Earliest note is 1885 in Oklahoma and brought to New Mexico along the Rio Grande in the early 1920's. This corn is also offered under the name of Rio Grande Red. Very adaptable.
This plant has been said to grow in the following regions: