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'Po'suwaegeh Blue' Corn
 
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  Specialty Corn
Description: Heirloom. Flour corn traditionally grown by Native Americans from Pueblo Pojoaque in northern New Mexico to make blue corn atole. Plants produces strong and tall stalks with 10 to 12 inch ears of corn that have deep blue kernels. About 110 days to harvest. Posuwaegeh Blue.
Days To Maturity: 110
Seed Sources: Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds - updated in 2015

 
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