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Great jang 2021-06-08 4:03

Hi Jorge

After Columbus returned to Spain in 1492 after he saw the corn cultivation, it spread throughout Europe for 30 years, and later spread to India and China in the early 16th century.
It is also known that Korea was introduced from China around the 16th century. Corn is the most important crop that supports the world's population and livestock.
I envy Brazil because it has a lot of farmland.

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yes, each cereal had an important role in the many regions of the globe (corn in americas ) rice in asia, wheat in europe and chickpea in middle east. each one took a long trip across the globe, as soybean that came from china to my region in the 1970's.

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