Visual Reference Library - Corn

Image of CORN OF OTHER COLORS in yellow corn
A. Kernels which are yellow and dark red and which the dark red color covers 50 percent or more of the kernel. The color intensity must be equal to or greater than shown are OCOL.
B. Purple pigmented kernels in which the area of coverage and discoloration is equal to or greater than shown on the back side of the kernel, or equal to or greater than shown on the germ side of the kernel are OCOL. NOTE: Discoloration and area of coverage is not a combination of both sides of kernel.
C. Kernels of Yellow corn with a white cap do not meet the requirements of either Yellow or White corn and function, therefore, as OCOL. Color and extent of coverage shall be equal to or greater than shown are OCOL

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Last updated December 2016