But the embryo of Indian corn is larger and can be easily examined after long soaking.
The Indian corn is cheaper, and the seed is better than if all rye.
Their ordinary food is Indian corn, or rice and beans, boiled in water, without fat or salt.
When Europeans came, centuries afterward, they called it Indian corn.
Roots can also grow from the sides of the caulicle, as in Indian corn.
Then, by the side of the vinery, is growing a little row of Indian corn.
Indian corn and Potatoes are generally cultivated, but in deplorable ignorance of their nature.
Indian corn or Maize, flourishes in high perfection on the intervales, which are generally composed of alluvial soil.
Indian corn and Oats, however, show them very beautifully, and the scholars have already noticed them in their seedlings.
The Vine appears at intervals, but is not general through this region: Indian corn is also rare, and appears in small patches.