Yes. Like most crops we eat today, corn is an annual crop, meaning the plant lives for one year (or one growing season) and then dies, leaving its seeds behind for the next crop. The use of annual crops in agriculture goes back thousands of years, and has been the norm ever since. However, modern scientists are working on developing perennial versions of common crops, like corn, and who knows, maybe they’ll be making a come-back.
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