The Beaches of Lukannon--the winter wheat
so tall-- The dripping, crinkled lichens, and the sea-fog drenching all
GASC Vice President Mamdouh Abd El-Fattahsaid that he is seeking to buy shipments of US soft white winter wheat
, US soft red winter wheat
, or Canadian soft wheat.
One large undertaking involved crossing winter wheat
with spring wheat to create hearty varieties resistant to disease.
SCO will be available for corn, cotton, grain sorghum, rice, soybeans, spring barley, spring wheat, and winter wheat
in selected counties for the 2015 crop year.
He had originally planned to sow spring wheat, but due to an error the seed company delivered winter wheat
to his yard.
The Vodka itself is made from Swedish spring water from Malmkoping, combined with the finest winter wheat
from local farmers.
She decided to name the restaurant Turkey Red after the first hard winter wheat
that was successfully grown in the United States in 1874, considered the "grandfather" of all other hybrid winter wheat
varieties grown in the United States.
4 tonnes per hectare (t/ha) Nationally, only 5% of winter wheat
has been harvested, with crop yield ranging from 5.
One European trader said Iran's state Government Trading Corporation (GTC) had been seeking 110,000 tons of US hard red winter wheat
in two 55,000ton consignments.
hard red winter wheat
farmers could abandon more than a quarter of the new wheat crop due to poor weather for growing, though decisions on abandonment will not be made until spring, according to Mark Hodges, a wheat industry consultant and executive director of Plains Grains Inc.
Then it accumulates as large drifts on north slopes and bottom lands, where it can cover winter wheat
crops that have emerged," Huggins says.
Adverse weather damaged about 30% of the country's winter wheat
crop, UkrAgroConsult said.