Kulli Black Incan Corn

Kulli Black Incan Corn

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hey guys this is sheri ann richerson from experimental home center calm and that is our core and you're looking at and this is Jeffrey who weighs how tall are you about 510 he's five-ten and hello cord out there shades of seventh grade when I detasseled corn and when I was about four foot six and look down
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here look at those roots going all the way up the corn stock and this is on all the different corn out here are you having fun there Jeffrey now I'm not either but I believe what are we seeing what do you mean what's wrong with it
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oh okay okay this is actually edible and it's very very popular in Mexico okay yes it often grows on corn so I'm missing the ears as well yeah developing but yeah this I find very very interesting because you can see
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it's it's also putting out more roots at ground level and like I said this is not the only stock that's doing it over here you can see yeah yeah well those are some few trucks over here so actually planted over there well no in it it bent
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in the ground yeah yeah so very interesting and I cannot believe how incredibly tall this is yeah yeah well this is an heirloom variety and I forget it's a tech name um but I can certainly put that in the description I got this from Baker Creek heirloom seeds so very interesting I think Jeffrey is just amazed over there
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so thanks for watching guys okay so I couldn't remember the name of the corn I knew it was black but I couldn't remember the exact name in his call a black ink and corn it is from Baker Creek heirloom seeds it does get 15 to 20 feet tall it does tassel in August but you don't harvest it until October to November and the fact that we are not seeing any ears of corn is perfectly normal it does take 150 to 180 days to reach
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maturity so my guess is unless we have a really mild fall that we're not gonna get any harvested this year but this is what we've learned I will be trying to grow this variety again because I think it's really neat the way it grows I will start seeds inside in January from now on in the greenhouse and Transplant it up using peat pots so that there's no transplant shock when I put it in the ground I will bury it clear up making
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sure that all of the forming roots are covered and I will be keeping an eye because I think this would be a good variety to mulch as those roots beginner to grow and they would grow into the roots making the plants stronger because when you think about a 15 or 20 foot tall corn stock if you have high winds you're going to lose that corn but if you mulch it in really well then it's going to be more sturdy and able to withstand a higher wind which of course makes sense because back in the days
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when they grew this corn because it is a heirloom variety they would have had to know that their crop was going to make it because that's what they had to live on so any way anybody that's grown this I would love to hear from I understand that the kernels are very very black and that the dye that comes out of them will die anything that you have around the corn so you know any other foods so I can see a lot of different juices for
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this thanks for watching guys and have a great night

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