English (en) | Change Language
  1. 1989-01-01 Maize (Zea mays; corn) is the third most important food crop in the world, surpassed onlyby two other grains, wheat and rice. Maize is a widely adapted crop, capable of production during the appropriateseason in almost all parts of the world where farming is done. Maize is represented by...
  2. Abstract, PLoS One, 2017 Sustainability of maize-based cropping systems is a major challenge for southern Africa, yet the demand for maize as staple food and animal feed in the region continues to increase. A study was conducted on a sandy clay loam (220 g clay kg-1soil) at Domboshawa in Zimbabwe...
  3. Aflatoxins are the source of both poor health and poor livelihood outcomes. In order to support smallholder farmers in developing countries, it is important to equip them with the knowledge, practices, and access to technology that will allow for proper and effective aflatoxin management. 6...
  4. 2004-01-01 Various page numbers, illustrated
  5. 2003-10-01 46 pages Food Consumption and Nutrition Division, International Food Policy Research Insitute
  6. 2016-07-11 This practical guide, part of the Pro-Agro Collection,describes both the cultivation as well as the agrifood processing of maize. It outlines the steps and processes to produce corn flour, and provides some useful recipes.
  7. The purpose of this study is to review quality-protein maize status, to determine whether its previous limitations have indeed been overcome, to consider the potential of this transformation of one of the world's major crops, and to bring an appreciation of quality-protein maize--so far little...
  8. The 2:4 maize–double cowpea system consists of 4 rows of cowpea and 2 rows of maize, all planted on the same day. The second cowpea crop is planted after the first has been harvested (about 60 days after planting).1 The maize and cowpea are densely planted. The objective of this trial is to gain...
  9. Abstract, Sustainability, 2019 Themarceñoagroecosystem is based on traditional agriculture in the flooded areas of the alluvial plains of Tabasco, Mexico. In themarceñosystem, the native maize, called “mején”, is cultivated during the dry season using residual soil moisture. At physiological...