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  • Benji
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    Cool post hoss....thanks

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  • Mattern
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    Thanks for the Vid. Hoss very interesting. Kim

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  • Ron Kelley
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    Hey Charlie, I picked 30 this morning. I agree I always look forward to the sweet corn harvest.

  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    Now I want to find a dinosaur gizzard stone artifact ! Outrageous !

  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    I love it too Sir. The gmo sweet corn will knock a guy out! That is a important ear you have there Doc !

  • Hoss
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    I added the wrong one . This one is much better. Chase and Tyree

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  • CMD
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    Originally posted by Lindenmeier-Man View Post
    I remember years ago Hoss, a pot was found with dry corn still inside. People may ask well so what ? The so what is that they mapped the genes of original corn and now know the lost true sequence of the food source, it’s a lot different from the gmo species we now have today...
    jj, here’s an ear of corn found not far from the 12-13th century Tuzigoot Pueblo in the Verde Valley of Az. Collected by a friend’s son years ago. I need my ears bigger, haha, corn on the cob is one of my favorite things in the good old summertime....

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  • Lindenmeier-Man
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    I remember years ago Hoss, a pot was found with dry corn still inside. People may ask well so what ? The so what is that they mapped the genes of original corn and now know the lost true sequence of the food source, it’s a lot different from the gmo species we now have today...

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  • Hoss
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    Ancestral Puebloan Corn Crib

    Chase Pipes out west sharing an Ancestral Puebloan Corn Crib



    Last edited by Hoss; 09-04-2020, 10:48 AM.
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