Maize

Maize also known as corn, is cereal grain first domesticated by indigeneous peoples in southern mexico about 10,000 years ago.

HISTORY

Most historians believe maize was domesticated in the Tehuacan Valley of Mexico. Recent research in the early 21st century has modified this view somewhat; scholars now indicate the adjacent Balsas River Valley of south-central Mexico as the center of domestication.

DESCRIPTION

Corn, Zea mays, is an annual grass in the family Poaceae and is a staple food crop grown all over the world. The corn plant possesses a simple stem of nodes and internodes.

Maize Stock Information

Details

Type Corn
Drying Process AD
Certification SGS
Aflatoxin SGS
Place of Origin Africa
Weight(kg) 50
Grade
Premium
Cultivation Type
Common
Color 
Golden Yellow
Glutinous Non-Glutinous
Style Dried
Length(cm) 18
Maturity 100%
Protein 8-9%
Moisture 100%
Max Admixture 2.5%
Heat damaged kernals 0.5%max
Broken kernals 3.0% max
Total damaged kernals 3.5%
Hectoliter 68kc min
Weight/ Bushel 54 lbs/bu min
Radiation – None Aflatoxin 20ppb max

Packaging & Delivery

Packaging Details 25kg p.p.bag
Delivery Time 15-30 days

 

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