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corn rose

n
(Plants) archaic Brit any of several red-flowered weeds of cornfields, such as the corn poppy
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CBOT September corn rose 2-1/2 cents to $4.06-1/2 per bushel and new-crop December corn closed up 1-1/2 cents at $4.14 a bushel.
Other common names for the field poppy include the common poppy, corn poppy, corn rose, Flanders poppy and red river poppy and amazingly, the seed of the field poppy can remain dormant in the ground for as long 50 years when buried or kept in darkness vegetation.
Wheat for September delivery rose 4 cents to $6.83 a bushel, December corn rose 5.5 cents to $5.27 a bushel and November soybeans rose 6 cents to $12.9075 a bushel.
* FIELD POPPY, CORN POPPY, FLANDERS POPPY, CORN ROSE, RED WEED (Papaver rhoeas).
When the price of corn rose, he switched to wood pellets.
In July alone the price of corn rose by 23 per cent.
When prices for corn rose, refiners curtailed corn ethanol production, they said.
wheat climbed to a three-week high Thursday and corn rose for a sixth straight session as adverse crop weather across top exporters Europe and the United States threatened to curb grain supplies.
(common names include corn poppy, corn rose, field poppy, Flanders poppy, red poppy).
From 2000 through 2007, the wholesale prices of gasoline, ethanol, and corn rose at annual rates, respectively, of 6.3%, 10.6%, and 5.7%.
Production of canning sweet corn rose by 17% to 1.7 million (short) tons due to record-high yields and increased acreage (+9%), although the volume destined for freezing fell by 3% to 1.4 million tons.
As the price of home-grown corn rose, Ricardo argued in On the Principles of Political Economy and Taxation (1817), Britain would benefit by importing corn from countries able to produce it at lower cost.