Some economic aspects of the supply and consumption of Philippine corn
The versatility of corn (zea mays) as a crop makes it important in the Philippines. The major uses of corn are as human staple food and as an input to the livestock, poultry and food manufacturing industries. Corn growing is common to all regions. In 1985, the highest production came from Mindanao, particularly Southern and Central Mindanao. Until about 1960-61, the Philippines was self-sufficient in corn, but in 1962 the country started to import, as a result of corn supply deficits, to...[Show more]
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