The question you listed is as widely variable as there are crops. Farmers have to re-plant some crops at the beginning of every year, others survive several years, and still others can survive generations. Plants also are widely varied in how long it takes to reach full maturation for harvest. There has become a recent phenomenon with crops that are genetically-altered to die every year rather than regenerate the following year so the farmer is forced to replant and use the company’s seeds. It is up for debate whether interfering with these natural processes is unethical or immoral.
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