Hopi Blue "Sakwapu"
Zea mays. Blue kernels are ground to make ceremonial piki bread. Dry-farmed below the Hopi mesas. Plants tend to be short (less than 5 ft. tall with tassels) and early-maturing. 62 days to pollination, 106 days to dried ears from planting at the Native Seeds/SEARCH farm in Patagonia, Arizona (4,000'). Approx. 50 seeds (14 g).
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