95 days — 'Petmecky' is an old grain corn that was raised for sustenance. Although it can be harvested young and eaten as roasting ears, it is generally allowed to mature on the stalks, dry down, and then after harvest, stored
and ground to make flour and meal. In more recent times, the family sold it locally for its ornamental value as decorations.
Its stalks are sturdy, can grow quite tall, and produces ears that are eight inches long with sixteen to eighteen rows of kernels with varying colors.
To purchase and to learn the full story and history of Petmecky Corn please visit the Victory Seed Company. See link below.