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'Bloody Butcher' Corn
Sub-Category: Other
Late Season
  Specialty Corn
Description: Open-pollinated, late-season, heirloom dent corn with deep-red kernels with dark accents on 8- to 12-inch ears. 8 to 12 sturdy stalks per plant with 2 or more ears. Can be eaten on the cob when young or harvested later for flour and cornmeal.
Days To Maturity: 110
Seed Sources: Seed Savers Exchange - updated in 2014

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