green corn


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a corn plant developed in order to have young ears that are sweet and suitable for eating

corn that can be eaten as a vegetable while still young and soft

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For a maize genotype to qualify as green corn for use in the food industry or consumption in natura, it must have a yield of unhusked ears higher than 12 [t.
Despite the importance, the producers cultivate green corn inadequately, without using hybrids indicated for this purpose and without the adequate plant population, or sowing density and, consequently, the final result reflects in the production of low-quality ears, decrease in the number of marketable ears per area and reduction of yield and profitability of the small rural producer (Almeida et al.
The Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation hosts Schemitzun, the Feast of Green Corn and Dance, honouring Mantoo (Creator), provider of all things and celebrating the Nation's harvest, ancestors, Elders, veterans, family and Native American heritage.
His small family was around him helping to tie the green corn stalk bunches.
OTHER ADVANTAGES - While most farmers are growing waxy corn for the fresh market or green corn for boiling, it can also be used for processing like making 'cornick', a snack food pioneered by a lady from Ilocos Sur.
Maize Flower 1 Tender green corn upon the great sea.
DUMAS - Deep in the Texas Panhandle, where the decline of the Ogallala Aquifer has left farmers fearful for their future, Harold Grall is hoping his field of tiny green corn plants will survive with minimal watering.
The metal posts most probably were gas condensers - called retorts - from a gasworks attached to the former Hey Green Corn Mill, which was situated a quarter of a mile away.
William Cunningham (author); THE GREEN CORN REBELLION; University of Oklahoma Press (Fiction: Historical) $19.
Think also of the Buck, Green Corn, Strawberry and Harvest Moons.
Besides standard yellow-eared corn, the farmer grows three shades of red corn, three shades of brown corn, calico spotted Indian corn, blue corn, white corn and, recently, a variety of green corn.
At the center of this project lies the distinction between hell and the Green Corn ceremony.
Green corn is so sweet it can be eaten raw right there in the field.
These superbly illustrated and deftly presented "kitchen cook friendly" recipes range from Green Corn Tamales with Green Chile; Grilled Trout Tamales with Sage and Bacon; Pork and Red Chile Tamales; and Oaxacan Tamales with Mole Negro; to Goat Cheese, Rosemary, and Fig Tamales; Pumpkin Raisin Tamales with Shredded Beef; Maple Flavored Breakfast Tamales; and Sweet Tamales with Cinnamon and Anise.