Maize Cultivation plan


1.0 Forward 4
2.0 Crop Overview
2.1 Origin of Cassava 5
2.2 Regions and Favourable climate 5
2.3 Overview of cassava cultivation as a business 7
2.4 Cassava as a cash crop and food crop 8
2.5 Cassava as a raw material for industries 10
2.6 Cultivation and yield expected 12
2.7 Market demand and potential 13
3.0 Market Research
3.1 Market Demand 15
3.2 Industries that can use cassava 15
3.3 Set-up Cost forecast 15
3.4 High level description of what operations entail 16
3.5 Operational expenses forecast 17
3.6 Pricing strategy
5.5 Cash flow Statement
6 Business Risk and mitigation factor
6.1 Business Risks 34
6.2 SWOT Analysis 36


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The history of maize in Africa dates back to the
Columbian interchange, a period of extensive
biological interchange between the Old and New
Worlds that started in the late 15th century
following Christopher Columbus’s explorations of
the Americas.
During this interchange, plants that were originally
from the Americas, including maize, which is a
staple crop in Mesoamerica, were brought to Africa. This transfer was greatly aided by
European explorers and traders. For example, the Portuguese actively explored sea routes
around Africa to reach Asia, and as a result of their travels, new crops were unintentionally
introduced to other regions of the world.
It took some time for maize to adapt in Africa. The crop demonstrated its adaptability, thriving
in a range of climates and being appropriate for a number of locations throughout thecontinent.
Over time, maize was incorporated into various African nations’ agricultural techniques, greatly
influencing their economies and diets.
The fact that maize is highly nutritious and versatile contributed to its widespread use. Maize,a
great source of calories and nutrients, became a staple diet in many African nations. Due to the
crop’s increasing popularity, maize is now an essential part of agricultural and food security in
many African countries.
In conclusion, European explorers and traders made possible the Columbian Exchange,which
is credited with bringing maize to Africa. Due to the crop’s flexibility and highnutritional
content, it was widely adopted throughout the continent and over time shapedlocal diets
and agricultural methods.
2.2 Regions and Favorable Climate
Corn, or maize, is a widely grown crop that requires a certain set of weather conditions. The
following areas have a climate that is ideal for growing maize:
1. North America:
● Climate: Warm summers, enough sunshine, and a growing season free from frost are
ideal conditions for maize.
● Regions: The Corn Belt in the United States, which includes states like Iowa, Illinois,
and Indiana, is one of the major producing regions for corn.
2. South America:
● Climate: Warm temperatures and enough rainfall are conducive to the growth
maize in areas with tropical to subtropical climates.
3. Sub-Saharan Africa:
● Climate: Although it can grow in many different types of climates, maize usually does
best in areas with regular rainfall and warm temperatures.
● Regions: Sub-Saharan African nations with conducive circumstances for maize
farming include Nigeria, South Africa, and Kenya.
4. Europe:
● Climate: Because maize needs a warm growing season, countries with continental
climates are ideal for its growth.
● Regions: In Europe, nations that cultivate maize well include France, Ukraine, and
5. Asia:
● Climate: While maize may be produced in a variety of climates, it does best in warm,
well-distributed regions.
● Regions: With varied climates that are conducive to maize growing, China, India, and
Indonesia are three of the major producers of maize in Asia.
6. Central America:
● Climate: Warm, humid, subtropical regions with regular rainfall are ideal for maize
● Regions: Mexico and Guatemala are two of Central America’s major producers of
7. Oceania:
● Climate: Warm, temperate climates with plenty of sunshine and evenly spaced rainfall
are ideal for maize growing.
● Regions: Certain agricultural areas in Australia and New Zealand are conducive to
maize cultivation.
8. Altitude:
● Global Variability: Depending on the unique environment of the area, maize can be
grown at a variety of elevations, from sea level to high altitudes.
Although maize may thrive in a variety of climates, for best growth and yield, it usuallyneeds
mild temperatures, well-spaced rainfall, and a growing season free of frost. Farmers frequently
select kinds of maize that are ideal for the particular climate in their area.


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