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Blue Clarage Dent Corn
'Blue Clarage' dent corn.
Blue Clarage Dent Corn
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Blue Clarage
Dent Corn

110 days — Also known as 'Ohio Blue Clarage', its stalks grow from seven to ten feet in height, depending on location and conditions, producing one to two, eight to ten inch ears each. The ears contain fourteen to sixteen rows of purple and white kernels.

Like other dent-types, it can be harvested at the milk stage as a roasting corn or frying corn. At the dry stage, 'Blue Clarage' can be ground into a beautiful, blue and white cornmeal or flour that is sweeter than most dent varieties.

'Blue Clarage' is an old heirloom variety reportedly originating from the Ohio-West Virginia area of the Appalachian Mountains in the early 1800s. USDA GRIN accession number PI 278708. Each packet contains one ounce, which is approximately 80 seeds.

- Rare and in Limited Supply for 2018 -
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