The most popular open-pollinated yellow variety grown in the entire country. Especially well suited for the Corn Belt. Particularly the western, central and southern parts of the Corn Belt. Originated by Robert Reid of Illinois in 1847 and improved by his son, James L. Reid, from 1870 to 1900. Color is deep yellow, with a lighter cap, but a reddish tinge often appears. The cobs tend to be small and dark red. Ears are 9 to 10 in. long and 7 to 8 in. acound. Ear tapers slightly, with 16 to 22 closely spaced rows. Kermels are very deep and narrow to medium in width, slightly keystone in shape, with a square crown. Slightly rough, with grains dented on top. Stalks are heavy, tall and leafy and make exceptional ensliage or fodder. Adapted to virtually every state, particularly the western, central and southern parts of the Corn Belt. Seed is untreated. Matures in 110-112 days and is classed as medium late. (Additional shipping charges will be added to orders of 50 pounds or more during checkout.)
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Maturity: 110-120 Needs Isolation: No Seed Start Indoors: No Seed Start Direct: Yes Seeds Per Packet: Planting Depth: 0"