Corn really can be labeled as the crop that built America. It definitely has many uses. Some could argue that it has too many uses. Works Cited: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Maize in Human Nutrition.
Through scientific research and experimentation, many different uses for corn have been discovered. It is no surprise that corn is now heavily depended on. In the US especially, there is a strong dependence on corn. Corn takes up “80 million acres of farmland,” (Avery). The amount of land used to grow corn goes to show how important corn is in the US.
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The Founders’ Constitution. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press. Longley, Robert, n.d. The Federalist Papers: Index to the Federalist Paper [online] Available at: http://usgovinfo.about.com/library/fed/blfedindex.htm. [Accessed March 24, 2014] Peacock, Anthony A., n.d.
Higher yields were attainable because of advancements with fertilizers, machinery, pesticides, and genetic modifications of corn DNA. In the last one hundred years, corn has been incorporated into many aspects of industrialized America. Two different types of plants process corn: the wet millers and the dry millers. Milling 6 7 is the process of using special rotary cutters to remove material from a grain that is fed into a machine. In other words, milling removes the husk, fiber, and all the other nutritious elements from grains.
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