This old Mexican heirloom variety produces 18cm ears on approximately 180cm plants. When the kernels are still light coloured, the ears can be picked and used as sweet corn. Allowing the ears to mature, the kernels turn black, grey-black, or bluish-black in colour. Harvested at that mature stage, it can be dried and ground for corn meal.
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