winter wheat


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winter wheat

n.
Wheat planted in the autumn and harvested the following spring or early summer.

winter wheat

n
(Agriculture) a type of wheat that is planted in the autumn and is harvested the following summer

win′ter wheat′


n.
any variety of wheat that is planted in the autumn to be harvested in the spring or early summer.
[1665–75]
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The Beaches of Lukannon--the winter wheat so tall-- The dripping, crinkled lichens, and the sea-fog drenching all
Chicago Board of Trade soft red winter wheat futures jumped 3.
AFTER spending seven decades with spring wheat, Pakistan is now trying to add winter wheat to its list of agriculture produce.
Different cultivation patterns affect the grain yields of winter wheat by regulating growth and development.
Straw and winter wheat crops have shown good quality and yield, and winter wheat harvest was ahead of schedule compared to 2015.
In a polifactorial long-term experiment, the effects of the year and the agrotechnical factors on the yields and plant physiological parameters (LAI, SPAD) of winter wheat and maize were studied on chernozem soil in the period of 2011-2013.
Anchor Brewing Company has reported the return of Anchor Winter Wheat, a winter warmer brewed with malted barley and five varieties of wheat.
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.
The aim of this study was to discover protective abilities of gibberellins-like diterpene stevioside glycoside on winter wheat plants under heavy metals influence.
16 June 2014 - Swiss crop productivity specialist Syngenta AG (VTX:SYNN) said today it had agreed to take over the winter wheat and winter oilseed rape (WOSR) breeding and business operations of Swedish food, energy and agriculture group Lantmannen in Germany and Poland for an unspecified sum.