Corn grows into stalks for about 95-103 days at which time it has produced ears of new kernels (about 800 per ear), which is then harvested to either be ground into food, fed to cattle or used in renewable fuels such as ethanol. Corn is grown all over the world, particularly in the United States, Brazil, and China.
Where did vitamin a enriched corn come from
corn seeds come from the kernels from the cob.
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No, popcorn doesn't come from animals. It comes from corn, and corn is a plant.
Corn oil comes from the corn kernels themselves.
No, gm corn is not different than regular corn, not really anyway. Genetically modified corn is corn that does not come from an average corn seed.
Corn syrup comes from converting the starch in a kernel of corn into simple sugars, primarily glucose.
Corn is generally classified as either a field corn variety, or a sweet corn variety. Hope this helps.
Corn beef comes from cows.
Cornflakes come from corn, corn is grown in Kansas.
Where I come from, people refer to the cut stalks left in the field after harvesting the corn as the "corn stobs."
Indirectly, yes. But directly, no. To make it simple, all forms of corn cereal come from corn, and corn comes from the ground. So in that way, corn cereal indirectly comes from the ground. But it does not literally grow from the ground. So in the technical sense, we cannot say corn cereal comes from the ground.
the kernels of the corn are flattened and baked in a oven
It comes form the corn husk in a cron palnt
percent of worlds calories from corn
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