Maize (Zea mays) is one of the most important cereal crops in Uganda. In particular, smallholder farmers rely on it for food and as a cash crop. They also grow it as an important export crop.
Over the years, total maize production in Uganda has gradually increased . There are two planting seasons per year: the first runs between March and April and the second season between August and September.
Outspan Agric has the capacity to supply over 1,000 metric tons each year.