I'm pretty sure maize is native to the United States, grown by the Indians in the southeast
The largest Maize producing country in the world is United States of America. aman singh
The United States is by far the biggest producer of maize (corn).
after 1652 when Jan Van Riebeeck asked for maize seed
after 1500 via the voyages of discovery
Maize (corn) is grown in nearly every country of the western hemisphere, and many countries all over the world.
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Nearly every country in the western hemisphere grows some maize, or corn as it's called in the US, as well as many countries in the rest of the world. The US leads the world in maize production, planting nearly 90 million acres every year.
after 1500 from meso america and via the voyages of discovery
Maize flour is basically flour made from maize maize is a crop and wotsits are made from maize :)
The United States produces the most maize or corn in the world. On average, the American farmer grows 333,010,910 tons of corn annually.
Johannes Gutenberg was from Germany.
maize is grown in the US and 99% of maize is grown there
Maize is a type of corn.
No maize is corn
no maize is a monocot
Jan Van Riebeeck requisitioned it for the VOC after 1652
; 1555, from Cuban Sp. maiz, from Arawakan (Haiti) mahiz.
Yes. It was first "domesticated" there over 3,000 years ago.
Maize flour is made from maize starch. The starch is the ingredient, the flour is the product.
Isn't maize corn? Maize.. I really sont know ^.^