Gila River A'al Hu:n
"A:al Hu:n" Cream-colored and clear kernels on small 6"cobs. Matures quickly and with minimal irrigation. From the Gila River Indian Community in central Arizona. Ears are relatively resistant to fungal damage. Plants are 5-7" tall, 65 days to pollination, 111 days to dried ears from planting based on trials in Patagonia, Arizona (4,000'). This variety is very similar to Tohono O'odham 60-day corn but has a slightly harder, more flint-like, kernel texture. Approx. 18g/50 seeds per packet.