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Zea mays Arc-en-ciel Inca - Sweet Corn Arc-en-ciel Inca - Seeds, 1 packet

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Poaceae. South America. H 2m x 0.5m L. Z9. Annual. Maize is grown extensively for its seed, basic component in many food products for livestock as well as for humans. Its seed is a source of oil and starch. Its stems a source of fiber (paper) and biomass. Its cob a source of biofuel. Zea mays has medicinal properties: Softening, Anti-cancer, Anti-warts, Bile, Diuretics, Hypoglycemic, Hypotensive, Stimulating, and Vasodilatory. Corn comes in 3 categories of varieties: Flour corns (large seeds, hard and full), Popcorn corns (small seeds, hard and full), and Vegetable corns (big seeds, wrinkled when dried). Corn Inca Arc-en-ciel is a sweet corn of the third category, grown for the consumption of fresh seeds in milk stage, sweet and delicious. Its fresh ears are harvested for grilling or for cooking. Corn Inca Arc-en-ciel, non-hybrid and non-GM, comes from the native Indians of North America. It grows often branched from the base, high, with 3-4 long cobs per stem, each carrying 10 rows of large grains, white pink or blue often mixed. This is an early corn with good yield.

Sow in place in May in an already warmed soil, moderately fertile to fertile, after the last risk of frost, full sun exposure. Water if drought. Harvest fresh cobs in July. Harvest dry mature cobs in late August. 1 packet of 5g (approx. 15 seeds).

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