(Sesamum indicum) 160 days. [Thanks to David Shields for seedstock.] An oldfashioned sesame, common in 19th century Southern cooking, traditionally processed into flour and oil. Richly flavored brown seeds with lower oil content than modern sesames. 7-ft. plants.
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Grains & Cover Crops

Our Grain Growing Guide covers Amaranth, Rice, and Sorghum. See variety descriptions for other crops on this page.
Corn is listed separately from these grains. Seed for grain corn can be found here as dent, flint, and flour corn, as gourdseed corn, and as popcorn.