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 What is geographical condition for maize?

Answer Maize is generally grown in the alluvial soil with 21 to 27 degree Celsius and 50 to 100 cm rainfall.
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What is maize?

Maize is another name for corn, also a shade of yellow. It is also a city in Kansas =)yes that is true
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Is there VAT on maize?

A value-added tax (VAT) could be charged on maize when sending it from one country to another. However rates and conditions at any given time depend on economic conditions and regulations between t... Read More »
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If you were treated for a condition in April and got insurance coverage in May would a claim for treatment in October be a pre-existing condition?

AnswerPropably. Did you have prior insurance? For more info see http://www.steveshorr.com/technical_questions.htm and scroll down the pageAnswerDepends on the diagnosis: broken arm? No .... allergi... Read More »
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Is maize a vegetable?

Maize is a corn - like vegetable.
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