flour corn


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Noun1.flour corn - corn having kernels almost entirely of soft starchflour corn - corn having kernels almost entirely of soft starch
field corn - corn grown primarily for animal feed or market grain
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In the future, 1 plan to offer some Seneca corns, particularly 'Ha-Go-Wa' (hominy corn) and 'Blue Bear Dance,' as well as Tuscarora' flour corn.
There are six major types of corn: dent corn, flint corn, pod corn, popcorn, flour corn, and sweet corn.
Many of the innovations for successful control have resulted from the work of Agricultural Research Service scientists, such as the discovery in 1936 that selenium is absorbed by plant roots and carried to foliage where it kills aphids, which became the first systemic insecticide; finding genetic resistance to corn earworm in a line of flour corn in 1941; and developing the sterile male insect release technique that led to the eradication of the screwworm from the United States in 1966, a method that is being used today to keep this and other pests like the Mediterranean fruit fly out of the country.
Characteristics of the cobs, the earliest ever discovered in South America, indicate that the sites' ancient inhabitants ate corn several ways, including popcorn and flour corn.
Dent corn, field corn, flint corn, flour corn, popcorn, pod corn, sweet corn, zea mays.
Native Americans likely selected flour corn because it could be easily ground.
Steve Moore undertook the development of energy use assessment tools for hand production, and he applied those methods to the GB production of onions and flour corn.
A traditional flour corn from the Anasazi (ancient ones) tribes of the American Southwest.
They were giving away seeds for three different vegetables including Coushaw Squash, Cherokee White Flour Corn, and Indian Pumpkin.
Flour corn has a high ratio of starch, and sweet corn has a high ratio of sugar.
Browsing through the yearbook, you'll find offers of seeds for rarities such as red turnips and Pueblo orange and blue flour corn interspersed with comments from gardeners on care and climatic needs.