Karnataka is largest maize producer of India and produces over 15% of the country’s total output. Main districts growing maize in Karnataka are Bellary, Bidar, Vijayapura, Belagavi, Koppala, Raichur, Tumkuru, Chitradurga and some parts of Chikkaballapur and Kolar. Annual output is exceeding 4 million tons in Karnataka and Kharif and Rabi crops are grown. Madhyapradesh is 2nd largest producer of India production about 15% of total countries production. Both Kharif and Rabi crops are grown in more than 1 million hectares. State Government is supporting maize production. 3rd largest maize producer in Indiawith 12% of total contribution is Maharastra. Growing both Kharif and rabi crops and grown in 75 lakh hectares. Main growing districts are Ahmednagar, Sangli and Jalgoan. 4th largest producing state of India is Rajasthan with 9% of the total production. Jodhpur district and parts of Bikaner and Churu are main growing areas. Growing in kharif season and growing area is 1.4 million hectares. 5th largest maize producer of India is Bihar with producing 7% of the country’s total production. Aurangabad, Nalanda, Nawada and Jamui are main growing districts with 0.7 million hectares growing area. 6th largest producer is Uttarpradesh with total contribution of 8% of National output. Primarily growing in Kharif season with growing area of 1 million hectares. Main growing area are Saharapur, Meerut, Moradabad and Pilibhit districtas. 7th largest Maize producer of country is Telangana with total contribution of 6% grown in both kharif and rabi season with total cultivation area of 5 lakh hectares. Nalagonda, Warangal, Karimnagar, Adilabad and other parts of north Telangana are main growing area. Tamilnadu is 9th largest Maize producer of the country contributing 3% of the total National production. Growing is over 2.5 lakh hectares in Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Namakkal and Karur districts. 8 largest maize growing state of India is Gujarath with total cultivation area of 2.7 lakh hectares and Surendra Nagar, Kutch, Banaskantha and other northern Gujarath are growing areas. 10th largest grower of India is Andhrapradesh with 3% contribution growing area are Guntur, Prakasam, Kurnool and Kadapa, Krishna and West Godavari.