Originally Posted by Domoviye
I thought that corn had made it up their before that time, around the late 1300's just as Greenland was being depopulated.
I agree that it would be hard to grown in Greenland and Iceland, but what about Scandinavia? Does anyone know if thats possible?
Scandinavia, in fact, all of Europe, suffered from the little ice age around 1400-1800. So even if corn was introduced during the 14th century, it would probably die out during the little ice-age.... Just speculations.