Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Producing corn: as, a corn-growing country.

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  • EROI values calculated in the spatial analysis ranged from 0.36 in less optimal corn-growing areas, for example southern Texas, to 1.18 in optimal areas, for example Nebraska (Fig. 2).

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  • The Midwest corn-growing region has expanded north and west into South Dakota and North Dakota, and even into Manitoba, displacing less profitable crops such as wheat.

    Plant-Zone Map a Boon to Growers

  • He also ducked a question about whether he would support ethanol subsidies, which are opposed in tea-party circles but generally favored in corn-growing Iowa.

    Tea Party Reshapes New Hampshire Calculus

  • EROI values calculated in the spatial analysis ranged from 0.36 in less optimal corn-growing areas, for example southern Texas, to 1.18 in optimal areas, for example Nebraska (Fig. 2).

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  • Mr. Pawlenty, speaking in the corn-growing state of Iowa, used his ethanol stance as a contrast to Mr. Obama, who he said had failed to level with Americans about the tough choices needed to get the nation back on track.

    Pawlenty Goes on Offense

  • EROI values calculated in the spatial analysis ranged from 0.36 in less optimal corn-growing areas, for example southern Texas, to 1.18 in optimal areas, for example Nebraska (Fig. 2).

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  • EROI values calculated in the spatial analysis ranged from 0.36 in less optimal corn-growing areas, for example southern Texas, to 1.18 in optimal areas, for example Nebraska (Fig. 2).

    how much energy goes into corn ethanol?

  • Pawlenty pledged to phase out ethanol subsidies, speaking in the corn-growing state of Iowa and casting himself as a truth-teller willing to level with the American people about the sacrifices needed to tame the $1.5 trillion budget deficit.

    Mideast Trembles, Joplin Reels, Race Takes Shape

  • EROI values calculated in the spatial analysis ranged from 0.36 in less optimal corn-growing areas, for example southern Texas, to 1.18 in optimal areas, for example Nebraska (Fig. 2).

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  • EROI values calculated in the spatial analysis ranged from 0.36 in less optimal corn-growing areas, for example southern Texas, to 1.18 in optimal areas, for example Nebraska (Fig. 2).

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