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2009-03-04 12:02:29
I had to look up "Sorghum" Now if you would have said Milo I would have understood. In fact when I was a kid we were driving out to shoot some doves and my friends dad made sure I heard his joke by pointing out that on the left was his high corn and then he pointed to the field on the right and said this is my-low corn "Milo" Even for a 10-11 yr old I thought his jokes were corny.
2009-03-04 11:49:04
Nope..those are just little bitty ears of maize..and to further confuse the issue, most American farmers use the word 'maize' to refer to one or another of several types of sorghum...
2009-03-04 11:18:27
I thought maybe this was the little baby corns you can get at the salad bar. Yes/No? I need to thinks these through more before I start to type.
2009-03-04 08:23:41
'Corn' is a generic term which refers to cereal grains in general ..barley corn, for example, or even non-cereals, such as the term 'pepper corn'...I'll admit to having being confused by this myself when I was a young student reading Thomas Hardy's 'The Mayor of Casterbridge'..they kept talking about the corn fields, and the corn exchange..and I had a mental image of the kind of corn my grandfather grew, which was actually Indian corn, or more properly, mnaize..what Hardy was describing was, of course, wheat..
2009-03-04 07:49:47
Wheat. Not corn.