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Regular Cornmeal

Regular cornmeal: This is the common food product sold in grocery stores. It is basically the starchy endosperm of the kernel and has low value as a food or horticultural product. Stone ground or whole ground organic cornmeal sold in grocery stores use the entire corn kernel and will work horticuturally but they are expensive. Masa, which is made by adding lime to cornmeal, has been reported to also be effective at fungus control.
Kinds of Cornmeal

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