Indian Corn 22 May 2015 Planting Indian Corn
About 80 seeds of various Indian Corn was planted in an area of 8 feet by 12 feet. The seeds were allowed to sprout in water for about three days to insure germination. Seeds were planted about two inches deep and six inches apart and under a raised board to keep moisture present and to keep birds at bay. The cobs will be allowed to dry on the plants when mature. The kernels will be removed and made into nixtamalized product and used as cereal and some made into tortillas.

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