Yellow corn, the cob has between 22 and 25 cm long, with an average of 12 rows, its grain aliasing is considered to be of good weight. Its vegetative cycle is intermediate, its flowering is 60 days, and the size of the plant in less than 2m and resistant to lodging. It thrives in altitudes from 100 to 800 meters above sea level. It is sown a little, usually used for self-consumption, to the corn on the cob, for its flavor and pleasant aroma to make tamales and tortillas, but it is also widely used to feed your animals backyard.
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