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Blacksandfarmer
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just try it

I have never heard of the class system here in the states. I don't think your ground will limit you to crops other than corn but your location might. Corn likes hot days and cool nights. You would need a short season corn hybrid. BTW most areas of the US cornbelt receive more average rainfall than your location and we still refer to non irrigated land as dryland. Corn is a high input crop that can be a bust on marginal ground that doesn't receive much rain. You could always try a few acres of corn to see how it turns out.