This category deals with the science of the cultivation of Zea mays, known as corn in the United States, and as maize in many other parts of the world.
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National Corn Growers Association
Represents America's corn growers. Conducts scientific research, education and promotion of corn and its many uses. Areas of interest include: biotechnology, ethanol, trade, transportation, federal farm policy, and scientific research and business development.
The Barbara McClintock Papers: Biographical Information
Information on the scientist and the work she carried out investigating the origins of maize.
Information regarding corn growers in Colorado. Areas include Best Management Practices, environment and education.
The combined educational event for the America Soybean Association and the National Corn Growers Association. Useful links to major corn industry sponsors.
Research information regarding growing corn in Illinois. Also has educational material for teachers and media.
Kingcorn.org - Purdue University
Corn (maize) information for corn growers throughout North America.
Information from Wikipedia on this crop, its physiology, genetics, origin, cultivation, pests, diseases and uses.
Maize (corn) Genome Database
Developed at the University of Missouri to provide access to Maize-related genetic information
Michigan Agricultural Commodities, Inc.
Michigan Agricultural Commodities trades and handles corn, soybeans, wheat, grain, vaculator services, oats, rye, barley, fertilizer, feed and futures.
Provides information on growing corn in Missouri. Also provides information on ethanol production, scientific research and educational information.
Factsheet on this crop, its history, uses, varieties and cultivation.
University of Wisconsin Corn Silage Breeding Program
Information on corn silage analysis, breeding, and evaluation of germplasm available to the public and private sectors.
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