(yellow) 85/110 days. [1840s. Robert Reid had a poor stand of the light red, late-maturing 'Gordon Hopkins' one year and replanted the missing hills with the early yellow flint corn. He then grew accidental hybrid until it stabilized. A prize winner at the 1893 World’s Fair and progenitor of a number of yellow dent lines.] One of the most productive, hardy corns ever developed. This old-timer is well known in the Mid-Atlantic region, where it is revered for its adaptability and dependability in Southern heat and soils. 7 ft. stalks with 9 in. double ears well-filled with 16 rows of deep, close-set, moderately flat seed. (½ lb = 8 oz = 228 g)

Dent, Flint & Flour Corn

Please refer to Grinding Corn Cultural Notes for growing information.

Packet: 1½ oz (42g) unless otherwise stated (120-190 seeds, depending on variety) sows 40-60'.