Corn olotillo. The shape of the cob is semicylindrical, are long and the olote skinny, this is what characterizes the other races of maize. His ears elongated, are between 20 to 30 cm long and has an average of 12 rows (rectilinear). Its grain is jagged-flat and large, it is sweet and easy to shell, resistant to pests and with good performance for its relation to grain/olote. The height of the plant is 2.5 to 3 m, which makes them fragile to rains and strong winds. Your cycle is of intermediate to late flowering occurs between 55 and 65 days. This type of corn is one of the favorite of many families in the municipalities of Coyúca Benítez, Atoyac de Álvarez, and Acapulco de Juárez, since they adapt to lean soils or marginal land. They are very different colors, from purple, red, blue, yellow, but usually they are white the most cultured.
Developed by Marco Cortez Bacilio