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Flint corn is a hard, glossy looking, and more rounded kernel and may have a slight depression (but not dent) in the crown. Dent corn is a softer textured kernel and normally has a dent in the crown
NOTE: Do not confuse end kernels of dent corn with flint corn. End kernels of dent corn without a dent in the crown are shaped similarly to flint corn.

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Last updated December 2016