50 Johnson County White Dent Corn seeds, USDA Organic
110 days. An attractive, productive dent corn. Large ears are 6-8" long and about 2.25" diameter. Plants grow up to 12.5 feet. Late maturing.
Author M.L. Bowman (1915) wrote that it was developed by three Johnson County, Indiana farmers who combined their individual breeding projects in 1899. It became a popular, well-regarded variety grown by Midwestern farmers in the early 1900s. sse