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Mandan Red Flour Corn
'Mandan Red' flour corn ears.
Mandan Red Flour Corn
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Mandan Red
Flour Corn

75-100 days — 'Mandan Red' stalks reach about six feet in height and produce one to two, five to six inch long ears containing eight to twelve rows of kernels. It can be harvested at about seventy-five days as a fresh eating variety at which point its kernels are a pale-yellow color, or you can allow it to fully mature and dry and harvest for grinding into flour or meal. It is also a good parching corn. At the mature stage, the color of the kernels is a deep-red color.

'Mandan Red', as its name implies, is attributed as being selected from genetics that originated with the corn culture of the Mandan people of North Dakota. Introduced by the Oscar H. Will Seed Company of North Dakota, it entered the USDA's seed collection in 1954 as accession number PI 213808. Each pack contains ounce, which is approximately 120 seeds.
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