80-85 days for eating, 120 days for dry crop.
Family heirloom white dent corn from my family in Dickson County TN. My great grandfather "Robert Choate" maintained and selected this corn most all of his life and it has always been referred to as "Mr. Robert" or "Robert" corn.
Robert Choate's corn has 1 to 2 large ears per stalk. White cobs. Plant height average of 8-10 feet. Good roasting corn and good for frying or as some people call it creaming. As with all field corns best picked in early milk stage
for eating fresh. Used for grinding for meal and for stock feed. Stalks make nice fall decoration. Ears can be dried and used for feeding the whole ear to squirrels or crushed for bird feed.