About Indian Corn
- Indian corn is characterized by multi-color kernels that can be yellow, white, purple, red, and blue.
- Indian corn is a member of the grass family and produces starchy kernels.
- Indian corn is one of the oldest varieties of corn.
- In early America, Native Americans taught colonists how to cultivate this kind of corn.
- Another name for Indian Corn is Flint Corn.
- Decorative and Ornamental Products (especially in autumn)
- Human Consumption (not common)
- Livestock Feed