Heritage Status: Overseas
Bio-Region of Origin: Northland
Number of Seeds: 50
Description: Dry. This corn was developed by the Hopi Indians to be used as flour corn, and is the corn used to make the blue corn chips available commercially. The cobs grow large (long) and the plants are drought tolerant, and when ground they produce high quality flour. Excellent for posole, tortillas, polenta and porridge.
Planting Instructions: Scatter sow seeds into trays and transplant when 5-8 cm high and soil temperature reached 15-16 degrees C. Transplant into beds at 40 cm diagonal spacing.