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10 August 2017 Corn Juice

http://durgan.org/2017/August%202017/10%20August%202017%20Corn%20Juice/HTML/ 10 August 2017 Corn Juice Eighty four cobs of corn were purchased and processed into pressure canned juice for long term off season storage. Corn cost $7.00 per dozen. The kernels were cut of the cobs yielding about ten … Continue reading

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Corn

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?TQBXK 6 August 2013 Corn A few cobs of corn were harvested.About half the plot was damaged by heavy rain and wind about a week ago.Quality is good and about 60 cobs will be harvested. http://www.durgan.org/URL/?OJLWH 18 July 2013 Corn … Continue reading

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Corn Juice

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?GKCNW 2 August 2013 Corn Juice Corn is in season now.It is of the highest quality. Cost is 6.50 dollars for 14 cobs if you have your own bag. Eighty four cobs were processed into 14 litres of juice.Each litre … Continue reading

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Pilot Bread:wheat,corn,quinoa,sunflower.

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?TDIVJ 17 December 2012 Pilot Bread:Wheat,corn,quinoa,sunflower. http://www.durgan.org/URL/?ZWVZC 6 August 2012 Corn Juice. Pilot bread was made using whole grain wheat flour,corn juice for the liquid,sunflower,and quinoa. Called pilot bread, since it is very hard, with most of the moisture removed … Continue reading

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Corn

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QPDGU 31 August 2012 Corn Produced. About 75 cobs of quality corn corn was produced. Pictures for 15 and 19 of August are shown.The stalks have been removed and placed on the compost pile. http://www.durgan.org/URL/?VOCIQ 24 July 2012 Corn Patch … Continue reading

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Corn , Seneca Chief

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?QELXP 17 August 2011 Corn , Seneca Chief The first corn was picked today. I only grow Seneca Chief, a hybrid, since I dislike the modern full cob corn now offered. If the moisture content is adequate this corn has … Continue reading

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Planting Corn (Seneca Chief)

http://www.durgan.org/URL/?JHGYY 3 June 2011. Planting Corn (Seneca Chief). In recent years sweet corn has been modified so that it has a long shelf life and a reasonable flavor, which I find insipid. Seneca Chief a hybrid is my favorite. Obtaining … Continue reading

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