This Halloween, get lost in a winding corn maze
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One of the most iconic Halloween traditions is the scary corn maze.
For those looking to scare themselves in Central Texas, there are several options for the large-scale labyrinths.
Barton Hill Farms in Bastrop is a little different from the rest in that they don’t use corn crops for the maze, they use sorghum crops.
"It's essentially a dense grass and it can grow twelve to fourteen feet tall,” co-owner Andrew Taft said. “It's very drought and heat tolerant and uses significantly less water, nutrients and resources.
Find more information about the maze at BartonHillFarms.com.