What is Winter wheat
Winter wheat (scientific name: Triticum aestivum L.) is an annual year grass of the poaceaefamily native Caucasus to Iraq. Most of the wheat is harvested around the world's wheat this winter. Sow seeds in the fall and winter and are harvested in early summer.
Kansas City of United States is known as the largest wheat producing winter. Planting seeds in the spring and harvest in autumn is called spring wheat. What ground the wheat is a wheat flour . Whole wheat flour is 100% ground, including bran flour, the remaining 25% is only 75 percent of the wheat grain endosperm ground. Type of flour, all-purpose flour, all-purpose flour, flour, floating dust, have submerged powder (Ginko), whole wheat flour, semolina (Semolina). Wheat , potato, rice and corn (maize), says four staple foods around the world.
Common name: Winter wheat, Scientific name: Triticum aestivum, aka: wheat, winter cultivars, fuyukomgui, height: 20-30 cm, flower color: purple, white, flower diameter: 2-3 cm, flowering period: April-June.