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  • Ancient Mexican Maize Varieties: Sequencing Of Ancient ...

    2008-6-28u2002·u2002Maize was first domesticated in the highlands of Mexico about 10,000 years ago and is now one of the most important crop plants in the world. It is a member of the grass family, which also hosts ...

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  • Pride and pragmatism sustain a giant Mexican maize –

    2007-8-18u2002·u2002Pride and pragmatism sustain a giant Mexican maize. August 18, 2007. Long as a man's forearm, the biggest maize ears in the world are found in Jala, in the state of Nayarit, on the Pacific coast of Mexico. The traditional variety of this community is at risk, but a maize festival and the variety's value in local culture and dishes keep ...

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  • Maize: From Mexico to the world – CIMMYT

    2016-5-20u2002·u2002Maize is entwined in the history and traditions of Mexico. Artwork by Marcelo Ortiz. As Popol Vuh, the Mayan creation story, goes, the creator deities made the first humans from white maize hidden inside a mountain under an immovable rock.To access this maize seed, a rain deity split open the rock using a bolt of lightning in the form of an axe.

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  • Preserving native maize and culture in Mexico – MAIZE

    2018-5-22u2002·u2002Their maize varieties represent a portion of the diversity of the 59 native Mexican races of maize, or landraces, which first developed from wild grasses at the hands of their ancestors. These different races (or types) of maize diversified through generations of selective breeding, adapting to the environment, climate and cultural needs of the ...

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  • Traditional Corn Varieties and the Zapotec

    2016-2-18u2002·u2002Last Thursday, the New York Times featured the decline, and more recently the resurgence, of the traditional varieties of corn grown by Zapotec farmers in Mexico's Oaxaca state. The article focused on the farmers in the Zapotec community of Santa Ana Zegache.. Native Mexican, or 'landrace' corn, grown in Oaxaca (All photos by the International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center on Flickr ...

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  • Maize (Corn) in Mexican Cuisine - The Spruce Eats

    2019-5-24u2002·u2002Sweet corn is so called because is it actually has more sugar and less starch than other varieties of maize. It is almost always eaten fresh, either on the cob or off, or preserved by canning or freezing. Dent corn is also known as field corn; it can be yellow or white. White dent corn has a higher percentage of starch than the yellow variety and is the best corn for making masa dough and hominy.

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  • Mexican maize variety reduces fertilizer use

    2018-8-10u2002·u2002Mexican maize variety reduces fertilizer use efe-epa Mexico City 10 Aug 2018 File photo showing several ears of maize being sold at a market in Mexico City, Mexico, Feb. 23, 2013.

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  • A Variety of Maize from the Rio Loa - JSTOR

    ANDERSON-A MAIZE VARIETY FROM RIO LOA 473 necessary to re-examine this evidence more precisely. The facts reported above demonstrate that a peculiar strain of maize from a remote and isolated Chilean oasis is, on the one hand, very similar to early prehistoric maize of that same region and, on the other, to certain Oriental varieties.

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  • Global maize production, utilization, and consumption ...

    2014-3-20u2002·u2002Maize (Zea mays), also called corn, is believed to have originated in central Mexico 7000 years ago from a wild grass, and Native Americans transformed maize into a better source of food.Maize contains approximately 72% starch, 10% protein, and 4% fat, supplying an energy density of 365 Kcal/100 g and is grown throughout the world, with the United States, China, and Brazil being the top three ...

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  • Maize: From Mexico to the world – CIMMYT

    2016-5-20u2002·u2002Maize is entwined in the history and traditions of Mexico. Artwork by Marcelo Ortiz. As Popol Vuh, the Mayan creation story, goes, the creator deities made the first humans from white maize hidden inside a mountain under an immovable rock.To access this maize seed, a rain deity split open the rock using a bolt of lightning in the form of an axe.

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  • Ancient Mexican Maize Varieties: Sequencing Of Ancient ...

    2008-6-28u2002·u2002Maize was first domesticated in the highlands of Mexico about 10,000 years ago and is now one of the most important crop plants in the world. It is a member of the grass family, which also hosts ...

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  • Diverse Varieties and Diverse Markets: Scale-related Maize ...

    2013-4-2u2002·u2002A contentious question for Mexican agriculture is whether maize landraces are a market liability or a high-value agricultural product. Some observers consider traditional maize cultivation, which relies on landrace varieties, a barrier to the country's economic development (Yúnez-Naude et al. 2006; Levy and Wijbergen 1992).Others consider landraces to be a treasure of both local and global ...

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  • Maize (Corn) in Mexican Cuisine - The Spruce Eats

    2019-5-24u2002·u2002Sweet corn is so called because is it actually has more sugar and less starch than other varieties of maize. It is almost always eaten fresh, either on the cob or off, or preserved by canning or freezing. Dent corn is also known as field corn; it can be yellow or white. White dent corn has a higher percentage of starch than the yellow variety and is the best corn for making masa dough and hominy.

    Get Price
  • A Variety of Maize from the Rio Loa - JSTOR

    ANDERSON-A MAIZE VARIETY FROM RIO LOA 473 necessary to re-examine this evidence more precisely. The facts reported above demonstrate that a peculiar strain of maize from a remote and isolated Chilean oasis is, on the one hand, very similar to early prehistoric maize of that same region and, on the other, to certain Oriental varieties.

    Get Price
  • The ethnoecology of maize variety management: A case

    Maize Variety Management 393 system for maize varieties among the Purepecha Indians (of Michoacan) based on seed origin, color, texture, and growth cycle.

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  • Molinito 1.0 - Masienda

    2021-11-3u2002·u2002Molinito Unit Dimensions: 26.5″ (l) x 14.5″ (w) x 18″ (h) Shipping. Molinito will ship via LTL common carrier secured in a crate on a pallet, and will include a liftgate upon delivery, if required. Based on shipping efficiencies, you can include up to (4) x 55lb bags of heirloom corn or …

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  • Global maize production, utilization, and consumption ...

    2014-3-20u2002·u2002Maize (Zea mays), also called corn, is believed to have originated in central Mexico 7000 years ago from a wild grass, and Native Americans transformed maize into a better source of food.Maize contains approximately 72% starch, 10% protein, and 4% fat, supplying an energy density of 365 Kcal/100 g and is grown throughout the world, with the United States, China, and Brazil being the top three ...

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  • What Are the Different Types of Maize Products? (with ...

    A wide variety of products are derived from maize, including baby powder, cosmetics and golf tees. Maize, more commonly known as corn, is also used to create a form of plastic for use in items such as pens, coffee mugs and ice scrapers. Maize products also include foods, from corn oil to popcorn and muffins. Biofuels, such as ethanol, are also ...

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  • A guide to MAIZE MARKETING for extension officers

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002sell their maize to a hammer mill; sell their maize to a large-scale commercial mill; Selling directly to consumers. This is only a realistic option for farmers who live close to a town with a market or for farmers who only have a small quantity to sell which can be disposed of locally.

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  • Maize: From Mexico to the world – CIMMYT

    2016-5-20u2002·u2002Maize is entwined in the history and traditions of Mexico. Artwork by Marcelo Ortiz. As Popol Vuh, the Mayan creation story, goes, the creator deities made the first humans from white maize hidden inside a mountain under an immovable rock.To access this maize seed, a rain deity split open the rock using a bolt of lightning in the form of an axe.

    Get Price
  • Ancient Mexican Maize Varieties: Sequencing Of Ancient ...

    2008-6-28u2002·u2002Maize was first domesticated in the highlands of Mexico about 10,000 years ago and is now one of the most important crop plants in the world. It is a member of the grass family, which also hosts ...

    Get Price
  • Diverse Varieties and Diverse Markets: Scale-related Maize ...

    2013-4-2u2002·u2002A contentious question for Mexican agriculture is whether maize landraces are a market liability or a high-value agricultural product. Some observers consider traditional maize cultivation, which relies on landrace varieties, a barrier to the country's economic development (Yúnez-Naude et al. 2006; Levy and Wijbergen 1992).Others consider landraces to be a treasure of both local and global ...

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  • Maize (Corn) in Mexican Cuisine - The Spruce Eats

    2019-5-24u2002·u2002Sweet corn is so called because is it actually has more sugar and less starch than other varieties of maize. It is almost always eaten fresh, either on the cob or off, or preserved by canning or freezing. Dent corn is also known as field corn; it can be yellow or white. White dent corn has a higher percentage of starch than the yellow variety and is the best corn for making masa dough and hominy.

    Get Price
  • A Variety of Maize from the Rio Loa - JSTOR

    ANDERSON-A MAIZE VARIETY FROM RIO LOA 473 necessary to re-examine this evidence more precisely. The facts reported above demonstrate that a peculiar strain of maize from a remote and isolated Chilean oasis is, on the one hand, very similar to early prehistoric maize of that same region and, on the other, to certain Oriental varieties.

    Get Price
  • The ethnoecology of maize variety management: A case

    Maize Variety Management 393 system for maize varieties among the Purepecha Indians (of Michoacan) based on seed origin, color, texture, and growth cycle.

    Get Price
  • Molinito 1.0 - Masienda

    2021-11-3u2002·u2002Molinito Unit Dimensions: 26.5″ (l) x 14.5″ (w) x 18″ (h) Shipping. Molinito will ship via LTL common carrier secured in a crate on a pallet, and will include a liftgate upon delivery, if required. Based on shipping efficiencies, you can include up to (4) x 55lb bags of heirloom corn or …

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  • Global maize production, utilization, and consumption ...

    2014-3-20u2002·u2002Maize (Zea mays), also called corn, is believed to have originated in central Mexico 7000 years ago from a wild grass, and Native Americans transformed maize into a better source of food.Maize contains approximately 72% starch, 10% protein, and 4% fat, supplying an energy density of 365 Kcal/100 g and is grown throughout the world, with the United States, China, and Brazil being the top three ...

    Get Price
  • What Are the Different Types of Maize Products? (with ...

    A wide variety of products are derived from maize, including baby powder, cosmetics and golf tees. Maize, more commonly known as corn, is also used to create a form of plastic for use in items such as pens, coffee mugs and ice scrapers. Maize products also include foods, from corn oil to popcorn and muffins. Biofuels, such as ethanol, are also ...

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  • A guide to MAIZE MARKETING for extension officers

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002sell their maize to a hammer mill; sell their maize to a large-scale commercial mill; Selling directly to consumers. This is only a realistic option for farmers who live close to a town with a market or for farmers who only have a small quantity to sell which can be disposed of locally.

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  • GMO Maize, Mexico

    Court has banned GMO maize in Mexico but remains to be seen whether the ruling will withstand the incursion of the biotech companies to defend the 20,000 local varieties of Maize. Description: One of the most important aggressions Mexican farmers are currently facing is the push to introduce GMOs into the country, in particular maize.

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  • Mexican maize variety reduces fertilizer use

    Mexican maize variety reduces fertilizer use efe-epa Mexico City 10 Aug 2018 File photo showing several ears of maize being sold at a market in Mexico City, Mexico, Feb. 23, 2013.

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  • Rediscovering 'Mexican June': a nearly extinct landrace ...

    Abstract and Figures. 'Mexican June' was a popular white, open-pollinated maize variety grown in the southwestern and southern USA. It was well adapted to both semi-arid and humid, hot ...

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  • Transgenic Crops and Crop Varietal Diversity: The Case of ...

    2006-6-1u2002·u2002Much of Mexico's maize diversity is conserved in situ in Mexican farmers' fields as FVs (Aragón-Cuevas et al. 2005), which include landraces, traditional varieties selected by farmers, MVs (modern varieties) adapted to the local environments by farmers and by natural selection, and progeny from crosses among these varieties.

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  • An Heirloom Tortilla Revival in Mexico City

    2018-4-4u2002·u2002Santiago, 25, has spread out two dozen corn cobs, called mazorcas, on the table at the Mexico City warehouse of Maizajo, an heirloom corn tortilla company. The kernels are varied in shape and color: reds, yellows, blues, purples; some narrow, others wide. The diversity of the mazorcas on the table represents the ancestral knowledge of Mexican ...

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  • A Brief History of Corn in Mexico – Familia Kitchen

    Corn Clout. Corn is so much a piece of Mexico that the Nahuatl speaking peoples of Mesoamerica referred to corn as 'tlaolli.' Translation: 'our sustenance'. Today, it's grown across a third of Mexico's crop land, yielding 27,000 tons annually. Throughout pre …

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  • The Secret of Good Corn Tortillas – My Slice of Mexico

    2019-4-30u2002·u2002The secret is out: Organic, non GMO, nixtamalized corn will make good masa, and in turn, healthy and flavourful tortillas. While in Toronto, I also found dried kernels of a variety of blue corn, known as purple corn ( Zea mays indurata): I am trying to decide if I should cook them and try to make a small batch of nixtamalized tortillas, or if ...

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  • Types and uses of maize

    Types and uses of maize There are a number of different types of maize: Field corn in the U.S. is used mainly to feed livestock, but in other countries is used for human consumption as well.; Sweet corn, the type most commonly eaten in the U.S., is a genetic variation that accumulates more sugar and less starch in the kernels; it is usually shorter than field corn.

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  • About Corn

    (Sweet corn is a relatively recent addition to the American table, by the way.) Though sweet corn can be dried and eaten whole kernel or ground to meal and flour, Anson Mills grows older mill corn varieties that are traditionally left in the field to dry down completely, a practice known as field ripening.

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  • Current sources for corn to mill

    2021-9-4u2002·u2002It's easy to find wheat berries of all sorts in bulk bins and bags for the home miller--hard red and soft white, and heirloom spelt, einkorn, kamut, emmer, and I can even get locally grown Sonora and Glenn and Red Fife wheats from my farmer's market. But despite the amazing variety of corn available as seeds, popcorn, grits, cornmeal, hominy, chicos, etc, it is hard to find small quantities of ...

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  • Maize: From Mexico to the world – CIMMYT

    2016-5-20u2002·u2002Maize is entwined in the history and traditions of Mexico. Artwork by Marcelo Ortiz. As Popol Vuh, the Mayan creation story, goes, the creator deities made the first humans from white maize hidden inside a mountain under an immovable rock.To access this maize seed, a rain deity split open the rock using a bolt of lightning in the form of an axe.

    Get Price
  • Ancient Mexican Maize Varieties: Sequencing Of Ancient ...

    2008-6-28u2002·u2002Maize was first domesticated in the highlands of Mexico about 10,000 years ago and is now one of the most important crop plants in the world. It is a member of the grass family, which also hosts ...

    Get Price
  • Diverse Varieties and Diverse Markets: Scale-related Maize ...

    2013-4-2u2002·u2002A contentious question for Mexican agriculture is whether maize landraces are a market liability or a high-value agricultural product. Some observers consider traditional maize cultivation, which relies on landrace varieties, a barrier to the country's economic development (Yúnez-Naude et al. 2006; Levy and Wijbergen 1992).Others consider landraces to be a treasure of both local and global ...

    Get Price
  • Maize (Corn) in Mexican Cuisine - The Spruce Eats

    2019-5-24u2002·u2002Sweet corn is so called because is it actually has more sugar and less starch than other varieties of maize. It is almost always eaten fresh, either on the cob or off, or preserved by canning or freezing. Dent corn is also known as field corn; it can be yellow or white. White dent corn has a higher percentage of starch than the yellow variety and is the best corn for making masa dough and hominy.

    Get Price
  • A Variety of Maize from the Rio Loa - JSTOR

    ANDERSON-A MAIZE VARIETY FROM RIO LOA 473 necessary to re-examine this evidence more precisely. The facts reported above demonstrate that a peculiar strain of maize from a remote and isolated Chilean oasis is, on the one hand, very similar to early prehistoric maize of that same region and, on the other, to certain Oriental varieties.

    Get Price
  • The ethnoecology of maize variety management: A case

    Maize Variety Management 393 system for maize varieties among the Purepecha Indians (of Michoacan) based on seed origin, color, texture, and growth cycle.

    Get Price
  • Molinito 1.0 - Masienda

    2021-11-3u2002·u2002Molinito Unit Dimensions: 26.5″ (l) x 14.5″ (w) x 18″ (h) Shipping. Molinito will ship via LTL common carrier secured in a crate on a pallet, and will include a liftgate upon delivery, if required. Based on shipping efficiencies, you can include up to (4) x 55lb bags of heirloom corn or …

    Get Price
  • Global maize production, utilization, and consumption ...

    2014-3-20u2002·u2002Maize (Zea mays), also called corn, is believed to have originated in central Mexico 7000 years ago from a wild grass, and Native Americans transformed maize into a better source of food.Maize contains approximately 72% starch, 10% protein, and 4% fat, supplying an energy density of 365 Kcal/100 g and is grown throughout the world, with the United States, China, and Brazil being the top three ...

    Get Price
  • What Are the Different Types of Maize Products? (with ...

    A wide variety of products are derived from maize, including baby powder, cosmetics and golf tees. Maize, more commonly known as corn, is also used to create a form of plastic for use in items such as pens, coffee mugs and ice scrapers. Maize products also include foods, from corn oil to popcorn and muffins. Biofuels, such as ethanol, are also ...

    Get Price
  • A guide to MAIZE MARKETING for extension officers

    2021-2-17u2002·u2002sell their maize to a hammer mill; sell their maize to a large-scale commercial mill; Selling directly to consumers. This is only a realistic option for farmers who live close to a town with a market or for farmers who only have a small quantity to sell which can be disposed of locally.

    Get Price
  • Ancient Mexican maize varieties

    2008-6-26u2002·u2002Maize was first domesticated in the highlands of Mexico about 10,000 years ago and is now one of the most important crop plants in the world. It is …

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  • Corn Tortilla Machines

    ROLLER TORTILLA MACHINES. Our modern Roller Machines can produce different size and shape tortillas, thanks to their unique cutters. These machines are low maintenance and extremely easy to clean. Our Roller Machines are the most efficient and practical equipments available in …

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  • The Grains — Red Tail Grains

    2021-10-25u2002·u2002Traces of its genetics are found in many commonly grown modern varieties of maize today. Even still, this particular variety is probably the rarest variety of grain that we grow. While popularly grown in Argentina and Brazil in the late 1800s, a version of it made its way to Cuba in the early 1900s, where it became known as Maiz Argentino or ...

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  • Setup 10-100TPD Maize Milling Plant - Best Flour Mill

    2021-8-25u2002·u2002Setup 10-100TPD maize milling plant – factory price maize flour milling machine for commercial business: buy maize mill machine from flour mill plant machinery manufacturer or supplier at factory price, get FREE technical instruction of maize flour milling process and business plan to set up commercial maize milling project in Kyrgyzstan, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Uzbekistan, …

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  • Maize Milling

    The mill produces high-quality grits, maize flour, hominy chop, and snack maize for use in consumer products like breakfast cereals, tortillas, and soup. The Rand Agri maize milling plant in Bethal specialises in processing and refining yellow maize, ideally situated for easy access to raw yellow maize.

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  • The Impact of Improved Maize Varieties on Poverty in ...

    This study examines the adoption of improved maize germplasm in Oaxaca and Chiapas in Mexico. It employs a propensity score-matching approach to analyze the impact of the adoption of improved maize varieties on household income and poverty reduction, using cross-sectional data of 325 farmers from the two regions.

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  • Culture : For Mexicans, Growing Corn is a National ...

    1992-2-18u2002·u2002Culture : For Mexicans, Growing Corn is a National Heritage : Seven thousand years of evolution have yielded an astonishing variety. For this nation, maize has deep symbolic values.

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  • How Heirloom Corn Varieties Are Transforming Mexican ...

    2019-1-31u2002·u2002The Demise—and Rise—of Heirloom Corn in Mexico. According to Francisco Musi, the cofounder of Tamoa—a three-year-old company that sources corn from local farmers and provides it to restaurants in Mexico, Europe, and the United States—native corn first became endangered during the Green Revolution in Mexico in the 1960s. 'Hybrids came to Mexico, with the promise …

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  • Origin, Adaptation, and Types of Corn

    2014-2-23u2002·u2002originating in Mexico, it spread northward to Canada and southward to Argentina. While the possibility of secondary centers of origin in South America cannot be completely ruled out, the oldest (7000 years) archaeological corn was found in Mexico's Valley of Tehuacan. The earliest 'corn' of which there is record is unmistakably corn.

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  • Saving Mexico's Heirloom Corn With Gorgeous Furniture ...

    2018-7-31u2002·u2002Toledo, Laposse says, is famed for his activism that aims to preserve Mexico's corn. So in 2015, Laposse decided to develop a way of creating a material from gorgeous corn …

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