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liuzhou

liuzhou

It might surprise some that it's me who is posting this, but despite my loathing of c*rn, I am always happy to read stories like this. Whether it's c*rn or anything else, we need to preserve our crops and traditions. Not that I'd eat the wretched stuff, though!


A once-famous, long-lost corn variety returns from the dead - from The Washington Post.

 

 

liuzhou

liuzhou

It might surprise some that it's me who is posting this, but despite my loathing corn, I am always happy to read stories like this. Whether it's c*rn of anything else, we need to preserve our crops and traditions. Not that I'd eat the wretched stuff, though!


A once-famous, long-lost corn variety returns from the dead - from The Washington Post.

 

 

liuzhou

liuzhou

It might surprise some that it's me who is posting this, but despite my loathing corn, I am always happy to read stories like this. Whether it's c*rn of anything else, we need to preserve our crops and traditions.


A once-famous, long-lost corn variety returns from the dead - from The Washington Post.

 

 

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