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Corn Yellow (Purdue 410)
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A Large Yellow Kernels with good popping volume. Pops white. Open Pollinated.

Days to Maturity: 100
Approximate Seeds per Offer: 131
Approximate Seeds per Pound: 2620
Ear Length: 8"
Plant Height: 7'

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Item# Item Name Our Price Qty Add
11401-07 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - Offer
$1.95
11401-09 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 1/4 lb
$6.27
11401-10 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 1/2 lb
$10.89
11401-11 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 1 lb
$18.48
11401-12 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 3 lb
$45.54
11401-13 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 5 lb
$59.40
11401-14 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 10 lb
$102.30
11401-15 Corn Yellow (Purdue 410) - 25 lb
$206.25
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Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 8 Write a review.

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Confirmation April 13, 2016
Reviewer: Kenneth Dunipace from Indianapolis, IN United States  
Came on time, as usual.  Newly upgraded website is nice.  Twelve of twelve sample seeds germinated.

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Popcorn Purdue 410 - not "corn" March 6, 2014
Reviewer: Kenneth Dunipace from Indianapolis, IN United States  
I've been growing Purdue 410 popcorn for years in quantities to grow around ten pounds of shelled kernels per year.  The main advantage of Purdue 410 is that the kernels have rounded outer ends unlike the pointed ends of most varieties.  It's much kinder to my thumbs while shelling.  Also makes nice large flavorful "pops"(?).  Always gets rave reviews compared to store-bought white commercial popcorn.
Drawback is that search machine at Main Street doesn't recognize it as "popcorn" and I keep forgetting what to enter.  Great customer care and service once I get past the search engine.

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Perdue 410 Hybrid Popcorn February 28, 2014
Reviewer: Paul Carder from Lincoln, IL United States  
Folks, Thanks for offering this best ever popcorn seed. A coworker of mine turned me on to this great popcorn several years ago. Why is it so hard to find? You had it!

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big let down May 12, 2013
Reviewer: Rick Sieren from Fairfield, IA United States  
Ordered Purdue 410 what a let down.  Planted 5 pounds with a john Deere planter, I ran 1 pound short of getting my popcorn patch planted.  Bought same variety from a different supplier planted the next day which grew great.  The seed from main street never germinated.  None of it sprouted and now I am three weeks behind.  I will never buy seed from main street again since they don't sell quality seed.  They will be getting a phone call from me tomorrow.

Rick Sieren
Certified crop adviser

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Purdue 410 popcorn April 25, 2013
Reviewer: Kenneth Dunipace from Indianapolis, IN United States  
I've been raising this popcorn in my "kitchen" garden for a couple of decades.  I found it by accident.  It has good flavor, but it's best feature is that the end of the kernels are round and smooth so they don't tear up the ends of my fingers while shelling.
Delivery was prompt.  Thanks!

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