Cherokee White Flour Corn
This is the original white flour corn from the eastern Cherokee. An ancient variety tracing it's origin to Harinoso de Ocho of northwestern Mexico. Very tall plants range from 12' to over 15' with ears averaging 10-12" long (but can reach 16" long) of mostly 8 rows of kernels. Ear placement ranges from 4' to 8' off the ground. Kernels grind into a silky smooth flour. Our strain has been grown for generations in the Tuckasegee North Carolina area. Will produce 65 bushels per acre at a density of 14,000 plants per acre.