In what region was corn maize first cultivated?
The corn (english), maize (maya), zhuub or xhuub (zapotec), is believe that the first time was cultivated in Yagul in the valley of tlacolula in Oaxaca province, Mexico about 6,000 to 8,000 thousand years ago by the zapotec indians, which later became one of the greatest civilization of the Americas. Recently, archeologists discovered early types of maize in the area of tlacolula. Tlacolula's real name is Guish Baac (in zapotec language means "fertile land" or "land of heaven".) Today, the Oaxaca region have more than 50 species of maize.
Maize (corn), beans, avocados and several species of squash were the first agricultural products cultivated in Mexico, around 3000 BC.
Corn (maize) and the Blue Agave are alleged to have been first cultivated in Mexico.
Yes. Corn (maize) comes from the northern parts of what is now Mexico, and was first cultivated by some early mesoamerican tribes.
It started out as a wild plant. ----------------------- The Mesoamericans (Aztecs / Mayans) cultivated Maize (corn) from Teosinte. -XX3
If corn was first cultivated in South America Why do the Mediterranean States record corn as a food staple 12000 or more years ago In fact the Egytians grew corn where is the truth?
"Corn" or "maize"? Corn is the (or, was the) name for any grain in colonial and precolonial times. Maize was called "Indian corn" and eventually shortened to "corn", and now when we say "corn", that's what we refer to. Your mediterranean states and Egypt are probably not talking about maize.
It may not take half the cultivated land, but the largest crop in Mexico by far is corn (maize).
millets,barley,corn,maize,some wheat,cotton and tobbacco also
Among others, maize (corn), beans, tomatoes, some species of squash and several herbs and flowers that were cultivated for food and medicinal purposes.
Before contact with Europeans was established, products cultivated in central Mexico included beans, corn (maize), tomato and several species of squash.
Another word for corn is maize. The word maize is of Spanish origins. Corn was first domesticated by the indigenous people of Mesoamerica.
Yes, corn and maize are the same thing. Maize is just another name for corn.
Corn can be cultivated, and is widely cultivated. It is one of the world's major crops.
corn, or maize
Maize corn is pale yellow
it is maize/corn corn is maize maize is pronounced maze as in puzzle etc.
No maize is corn
Maize is a type of corn.
corn in the US is maize
so they can have more corn because maize means corn
Maize is another word for corn so you would harvest maize just like you would corn
It was the main crop people ate. You can make corn bread, corn tortillas, regular corn, and alcohol out of corn. Maize is corn.
Probably some form of corn or maize.
corn (maize), squash, and beans corn (maize), squash, and beans
coarsly ground maize (corn) is called corn meal
corn on the cob! hence why maize is sometimes called corn.
Corn/ maize Maize- a earlyer verison of corn. now days people call it corn. Back then they called is Maize
A region called the Midwest. It includes the states of Nebraska, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana and parts of surrounding states. It's also called the "Corn Belt" because maize is called "corn" in the US.
None because Maize is corn and when ground is corn meal.
No, generally maize is a type of corn, in the U.S.A. maize flour is known as corn starch which is used as a thickener.
American word for corn. (maize)
Maize is a corn - like vegetable.
The Native American name for corn is maize. Maize is also the Spanish word for corn. It originated in the Americas.
Corn husks are not "made", they are a product of the maize plant which was not grown on the Great Plains of north America, since no farming was carried out there.
Corn (in the USA). Other countries don't necessarily call maize corn.
Corn was probably first cultivated in The Mexican state of Oaxaca, several thousand years ago.
Isn't maize corn? Maize.. I really sont know ^.^
Maize is a type of corn, and as such, it is not wheat.
Maize is another name for corn.
Maize is another word for corn.
Maize is also known as Corn.
Common name of maize is corn.
Corn The Spanish for 'maize' is 'mais' (accent on the 'i')
Yes, 1. They taste different, and maize is fed to cows, not humans, because corn is much sweeter. But maize is commonly mistook for corn and vice-versa.
Right. It was first cultivated there since some 3000 years ago.
Yes, corn starch, cornflour and maize flour are the same thing.
Maize, otherwise known as corn, potatoes, etc.
Flour, corn flour, maize flour.
cornbread? maize is another word for corn....