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What are the pros? Flavor
What are the cons? None
A member introduced this variety to our garden club. Now several of us are growing Dakota Black Popping Corn. It matures a little earlier than most varietis, is easy to grow, and has a wonderful flavor -- slightly nutty. Do not jump the gun and try to harvest too early. To maximize flavor and allow the kernel to seal for popping, be patient and let it dry down on the stalk.
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2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? matures before white popcorn
What are the cons? none
great tasting popcorn with very few un-popped seeds. This may become my staple popcorn.
6 out of 6 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to sprout
I've grown this corn for the past two years. The first year I got the most beautiful ear of deep red/purple/black corn. The second year, ants demolished all of my corn. I went back and bought another pack of this seed because I like it.
12 out of 13 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Excellent flavor.
What are the cons? They did bend over.
This popcorn was a wonderful find. Very delicious and easy to grow. I'm planning to double my purchase this year!
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Hi: To get the rate of popped kernels up, try not taking the corn off the ears until its really dry and rubs off very easily. For me in Montana I leave it to dry in the dry basement in front of a sunny window until about November 15. It seems like if I try to shell it off too early it pulls a strand of material out of the kernel and makes a hole that lets out the pressure when its heated. I might be all wrong so try it and see. Its hard to resist shelling it out too early because its so fun. Also try to get it planted early in the season and in the fall leave it on the stalks until they are brown and dry so you get the full growing cycle of the plant finished before picking the corn. Good Luck