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Candy corn is the world re-known candy for Halloween and it comes in three different colors. These colors got on the candy together because its corn syrup.
There colors are red and white
The original colors of Candy Corn are surprisingly white, orange and yellow, the colors have not changed sence they have started making it.
National Blue and Corn Gold
Originally, the term "Indian corn" referred to all varieties of maize discovered in the New World. This was later shortened to "corn". Now, "Indian corn" is used to refer to the multi-colored maize. Also, corn on the cob is usually the sweet corn variety. So, the difference is that the corn on the cob will taste sweeter and the Indian corn will come in multiple colors.
No, gm corn is not different than regular corn, not really anyway. Genetically modified corn is corn that does not come from an average corn seed.
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The offical FFA colors are national blue and corn gold
National Blue and Corn Gold are the official FFA colors.
there unique colors
The gold stands for corn and the black is for dirt which corn grows in:)
no, current did not have different colors
what do different colors mean
No. Corn is Corn and Wheat is Wheat. Two different plants.
sweet corn is shorter
Colors enter the world by the sun. The rays are made of different colors but they have different tempetures so when they enter the world, they have different colors for different things.
Yes, field corn, sweet corn, popcorn, flint corn, and waxy corn are five types.
Different impurities give it different colors.
Ladybugs are different colors because they are different spices.
No, they're completely different things. Corn flour has a different texture than corn starch, too.
National blue and corn gold
No. Corn-on-the-cob is sweet corn, which is genetically different from popcorn. Both are different from field corn used for livestock feed, and flint corn used for making corn chips. While they are all the same genus and species, Zea mays, they are different subspecies and cultivars.