Seneca Flint can be used as a flour corn in soups, casseroles and cereal.  Seneca Flint was grown for over 40 years by Stephen McComber who is a Mohawk seed saver, longhouse faithkeeper and avid gardener from Kahnawake.

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Product Description

Seneca Flint Corn

  • 40 seeds
  • Open pollinated
  • Indigenous seed
  • Heirloom seed
  • Flour corn
  • Distance between plants – 5-8″
  • Distance between rows – 30″
  • Full sun
  • Water every 2-3 days
  • Days to maturity – 100 days
  • Days to germination – 7-10 days
  • Height – 5-6′
  • Zea Mays

Sow: Direct sow in Mid-May (after risk of last frost) Harvest: When leaves are brown and cobs are swollen

Seneca Flint was grown for over 40 years by Stephen McComber who is a Mohawk seed saver, longhouse faithkeeper and avid gardener from Kahnawake.

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Additional Information

Weight 0.018 kg
Dimensions 8.25 × 0.3 × 11.43 cm