He marked his four-acre lot for field corn—cross-checking it three-feet, ten inches apart.
The two principal varieties of field corn, when prepared as cereal food for man, are hominy and corn meal.
Of the corn grown in the United States, there are three general kinds: field corn, sweet corn, and pop corn.
Sweet corn is not grown in such large quantities as field corn.
Improved varieties of field corn will ripen during favorable seasons.
field corn varies too widely in length of maturity for accuracy in this respect.
If you are able to draw, please make a sketch of a kernel of sweet corn and a kernel of field corn.
When field corn is used, the good, plump cooking stage is the proper degree of ripeness for satisfactory drying.
Cut a kernel of pop-corn and a kernel of field corn across and compare the texture of the two.
Cut kernels in two of field corn and pop-corn, and report whether they differ.