Red corn: Red corn is a variety of corn that produces dark red cobs, sometimes dotted with a yellow cob, the length of a finger.
This variety produces plants with purple-red stems, leaves and bristles just like the ears. The red corn variety is old and has been making a comeback since 2002. The cobs of red corn are much smaller than those of yellow corn and are therefore less profitable and less cultivated by farmers. It is ...
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