This multi-purpose field corn is well adapted to northern climates, having been selected in Vermont by organic grain expert Jack Lazor. It has great genetic diversity, with both flint and dent characteristics and kernel colors ranging from dark orangey yellow to cream. Rich in beta-carotenoids, it’s great for homemade cornmeal and livestock feed. Early maturing, it tassels as it grows to 5-8 feet tall and dries down by October from a mid-May planting. Approx. 40 seeds per packet.