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Heirloom corn seed project takes root in southwestern Idaho
by Sean Ellis
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5 March 2018
On 5 March 2018 Capital Press reported:
Farmers in southwest Idaho will begin growing out heirloom corn seed this year for a project that could lead to value-added niche opportunities for small- and medium-scale farmers. Heirloom corn, sometimes called 'ancient grains,' are niche varieties that have been grown for generations or even hundreds of years.
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... Nampa, Idaho, farmer Janie Burns is one of the people who plans to grow out some of the heirloom corn seed this year.
'It's never going to suck up the entire corn production of our area but it's going to diversify the farm base, which will be very healthy,' she said. 'There will also be an enormous potential for a buyer to say he is going to be offering this unique corn that will set him apart in the marketplace.'
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