Origin of field corn
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They grow corn for the commodity market, mostly yellow dent, a starchy type of field corn that accounts for about 95 percent of all corn grown in the United States.Can Craft Spirits Save the Family Farm?|Wayne Curtis|September 23, 2021|The Daily Beast
Hominy is dried field corn that, when soaked or cooked in an alkaline solution, turns soft and pudgy.This vegan pozole verde highlights the subtly sweet flavors of corn|Daniela Galarza|May 20, 2021|Washington Post
Dent and flint are both types of field corn, which is a far cry from the sweet corn you eat off the cob.A guide to cornmeal, grits and polenta — and how to know when to use them|Aaron Hutcherson|March 5, 2021|Washington Post
Improved varieties of field corn will ripen during favorable seasons.Northern Nut Growers Association Report of the Proceedings at the Thirty-Eighth Annual Meeting|Northern Nut Growers Association
The true pumpkin is hardly to be considered as a garden crop, and, as a rule, should be planted among the field corn.The Vegetable Garden|Anonymous
Sweet corn is of American origin, having been developed from field corn, or maize.
Soil well adapted to common field corn will produce good sweet corn, thriving best on well fertilized land.
Sweet-corn seed often decays if put into the ground as early as field-corn.ABC of Vegetable Gardening|Eben Eugene Rexford