Hi ya'l, .. here's the corn that one acre produces more than 5 acres of ordinary corn. .." Goliath Silo Field Corn " ..... A heirloom Introduced in 1934....Leads all other varieties in the growth of fodder-producing stalks at 16 to 24 ft. high. Leaves are heavy and broad and long..... They start forming at the lower end of the stalk and continue to the very top... Goliath is a open-pollinated silo corn.. Strong root system reduces risk from wind or drought...... A medium late variety, maturing in 90-110 days.....Fun Facts:. A true silage corn with Huge ears ....... People slow down as they pass by to marvel at this giant corn! ......This is a silo type corn used for livestock feed, it also is a wonderful wildlife food...... Will grow 5 times the amount of normal corn, there have been reports of 40-50 tons per acre!..... Great fodder producer....... Some ears were 10 feet above ground. 12-21 inch plus ears of white kernels......county fair's have tallest corn stalk contests and most are this winning entry of a wild looking corn stalk topping 18.5 to 24.5 feet tall......." Here's a Cool Trick " just to show-off for your Friends/neighbors sow 6 or 8 stalks Next/close to your house or barn (or any very tall building) on the opposite side the Sun comes up on, and watch the Giants come up over the top of the roof !!!!.