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ZM08-001
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Basic Collection Information and Status
 
Corn/Maize (Zea mays, Poaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   n/a
Collection Site   New Mexico, United States (latitude: 36°; altitude: 5,300 ft / 1,600 m)
Collection Year   n/a
Accession Status   Active; possibly no viable seed remaining in collection
Catalog Information and Instructions
CochitiZP091
Red, yellow, brown or striped kernels on small ears (4-6"). Fast maturing. Great as "ornamental" corn during the fall holiday season. Originally from Cochiti Pueblo in northern New Mexico.
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Current availability of this variety is summarized below. We encourage the use of these seeds to benefit humanity and strive to facilitate access through a number of channels.
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Collection Site
 
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Photographs
 
The Native Seeds/SEARCH digital photo collection for this accession is provided below.
ZM08-001 CF03 Fr1ZM08-001 CF03 Fr2ZM08-001 CF03 Fr3ZM08-001 CF03 Fr4ZM08-001 CF03 Fr6ZM08-001 CF03 SZM08-001 CF08 FrZM08-001 Voucher 1ZM08-001 Voucher 2ZM08-001 Voucher1ZM08-001 Voucher2ZM08-001 Voucher3ZM08-001 Voucher4ZM08-001 Voucher5ZM08-001A CF11 Fl1ZM08-001A CF11 Fl2ZM08-001A CF11 Fl3ZM08-001A CF11 P1ZM08-001A CF11 P2ZM08-001A CF11 P3ZM08-001A CF11 P4ZM08-001A CF11 P5ZM08-001 CF03 Fr5ZM08-001 CF03 PZM08-001 FrZM08-001 TBG85 Fr
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Characterization and Evaluation
 
The table below lists observations of this accession's characteristics (why are characters sometimes listed more than once
?For some accessions, observations of a particular trait have been recorded over more than one season or location; these are indicated by the different values in the Lot column.
).
CharacterObservationLot, Frequency and CommentsCharacter Description (Source and Code)
anther colorSome pink and pink/red, rest yellowlot: CF '03
cob colorWhitelot: CF '03 (Bioversity 6.2.9)
ear height54.20 cmlot: CF '03From ground level to node bearing uppermost ear (Bioversity 4.1.5)
kernel row arrangementRegularlot: CF '03  comments: Most frequent stateUse the highest cob (Bioversity 4.2.3: 1)
leaf widthModerately thinlot: CF '03 (Bioversity 4.1.6)
number of kernel rows15.55lot: CF '03Counting the rows of grains in the central part of the highest ear (Bioversity 4.2.4)
number of tillers2.1lot: CF '03 (Bioversity 4.1.8)
plant height118.55 cmlot: CF '03From ground level to base of tassel (Bioversity 4.1.4)
shape of upper surface of kernelRoundedlot: CF '03 (Bioversity 6.3.4)
tassel typePrimary, primary-secondarylot: CF '03 (Bioversity 4.1.13)
Corn/Maize IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
Domesticated in Mexico by 6,700 B.C., corn is a staple food and has many ritual uses. Popcorn is used for pinole (toasted and ground) and as popped corn. Popcorns are flint corns.In early spring or with summer rains, plant seeds 1" deep. If rows, plant seeds 12" apart; or 3-4 seeds 18" apart in basins (for arid regions) or hills. Needs rich soil & moisture. Heat, aridity & high winds can all reduce pollination.An annual, corn is wind-pollinated, and all varieties will cross. Hand-pollination (with bagging) or staggered planting times is necessary to keep seeds pure if multiple varieties are grown. Allow ears to mature and dry on the plant.
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