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Excerpt from Farm, Flower and Garden Seeds, 1904
While the ears are not so large around, they are very long, and give sufficient size to make splendid yield, and an ideal corn to husk or feed early; a very desirable fea ture next summer. When the old corn will be very high priced and you want some feed at the first possible mo ment. The grains are not extra large, but of very good size for so early a Corn. A great deal of the ninety day Corn is small in stalk and does not amount to much. Bu when you get a variety that is strictly ninety days, and produces a heavy yield of large, golden ears, such as our Imperial produces, you have something to pride your self ou. And perfection in Corn growing has well nigh been realized.
It is an extra fine variety for farmers in western Kan sas, Nebraska, Texas and Oklahoma, and all that sec tion of country that is subject to drouths. By planting this variety your cr0p will usually get ahead of the hot winds. While the late varieties generally get caught in the drouth, which usually comes during July or August.
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bound: 108 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 21, 2017)
isbn: 0259922420, 978-0259922421,
weight: 5.6 ounces (