Sun Flower Corn Shoots
Gramineae corn is an annual high-stem crop. It is the small and tender ears of sweet corn, the bracts and hair are removed, and the ear stalks are cut off, that is, the shoots of corn. The shoots of corn are eaten with young and tender ears whose grains have not yet raised. The difference with sweet corn is that the shoots of corn are eaten with the seeds and ears, while the sweet corn only eats the tender seeds but not the ears.
The origin of corn shoots is the same as that of sweet corn, and it is produced more in the United States. There is a small amount of cultivation in China, which is distributed near a few large cities. The edible part of the corn shoots is the young and tender ears that have not yet raised the grains, which are rich in nutrients.