The all year farming of non-genetically modified maize on 100 hectares of farmland in central Nigeria. There is an overwhelming and burgeoning local and international demand for maize for bio-fuel, animal feed and as staple food ingredient among not just the Nigerian population but Africa and the world at large. The total Industrial Demand for maize in Nigeria is forecast at 1.8 million tons while domestic demand was at 30 million tons in 2013/14; a figure which rose up from 1.7 million tons and 26 million tons respectively in 2012/13. The void we intend to appropriate value from is from the shortfall observed when it is seen that Nigeria even as the largest producer of Maize in Africa only produces 8-9 million tons. At present, the price of maize is about $1000-1200 per tonne and this is a figure which inflates tremendously higher in periods of excessive scarcity which are usually in the dry season when maize is not cultivated for lack of rainfall (November to June).