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- Midseason seed production, high anthocyanin pods with high edibility. Decently long vines are suitable for very tall corn. Highly productive. Superior in habit to Purple Podded Pole, and superior in appearance to Trail of Tears.
Year grown: 2013
Location: Zone 5b, near Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA (1000 feet above sea level)
- Named after Chief Cornplanter, a significant figure in Onodowaga Haudenosaunee and USA history.
- Originates from the Cornplanter tract within Pennsylvania, the land where the original Allegheny (Ohi:yo) reservation was until the land was destroyed illegally through the construction of the Kinzua dam in 1971, leading to a forced relocation of the people over 2 generations.