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Corn - Early Gem - 84RW25

Corn - Early Gem - 84RW25

Details  An early yellow cob corn that Richard has select for the number of cobs per plant,the size of the cobs, and the earliest plants that produce ripe seed.Botanical name  Zea mays indenataPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  approx 50Grower name  Richard Watson
Corn - Kascade Korn - 85NS26

Corn - Kascade Korn - 85NS26

Details  The original kascade korn plants commenced life here in Scargill, in the early 80s.They grow well in our climate and under our organic regime. They are open pollinated, offering the advantage of you being able to reproduce your own seed for subsequent seasons. They are not as sweet as the super sweet types that people have got used to, but are delicious and very sustaining.Botanical name  Zea MaysPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50 seedsGrower name  Nev&Sue Sinclair
Corn - Painted Mountain 69RT2A

Corn - Painted Mountain 69RT2A

Details  A Native Indian decorative short season flour corn, bred from 70 American native corn varieties.  Tolerant to heat, drought, high winds and cold nights. Makes superb flour, hominy and parched corn. Can be eaten fresh when young, Grows over 2 metres.Botanical name  Zea MaysPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  approx 50Grower name  Richard Tew

Maize - Sola - 79NS76A

Details  The maize Sola is the name given to it by Nev, is was derived from an old maize that was commercially available back in the early 1970s when he first began growing it. Both Sue and Nev have a long history together, as plant and grower. It has changed during that lengthy association and now looks as if the sun is shining out of it. They use it principally in ground form for making what we regard as a very sustaining porridge (cooked with milk); rich and filling. Customers have also used it to create polenta and it seems to perform well used this way.

Although the seed from which the original crop was grown from was possibly a hybrid (even back then) it is no longer so, and reliably produces consistent crops.
Botanical name  Zea maysPrice per packet  $4.00Packet contents  50Grower name  Nev and Sue Sinclair

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