Texas Gourdseed Corn – Heirloom

Notice the first rows of corm are greener than the other rows.  This is because I have added a side dressing of organic supplements to those rows.  Dry Humate, Soft Rock Phosphate, Chilean Nitrate, and some gypsum powder for the clay. Drip irrigation is the way to go!  The ground is getting so dry that even weeds will not grow!  I should have planted the corn seed closer together. Bruce

2 thoughts on “Texas Gourdseed Corn – Heirloom”

  1. Howdy!

    Could you tell me where you found your Texas Gourdseed seeds? I have looked everywhere, with no luck.

    Thank you!


  2. Bruce,

    Morgan Weber here. I have a distillery in Houston called Indianola Distilling Company. I have been searching for over a year for Texas Gourdseed seedstock for a project that we are working on–making a Texas Straight Bourbon from this variety of corn. It has been impossible to locate. Would you be open to selling me some seeds? Would be so appreciative for as little or as much as you might consider sparing.

    I also own some restaurants in Houston, Revival Market, Coltivare, and Eight Row Flint. We purchase a ton of produce from farms in the area. Would love to also have a conversation about what y’all do and if you’d be interested in selling produce to us. Thanks so much for your consideration.


    Morgan Weber

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