What Does Wheat Look Like?


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Wheat a lot like grass as it first begins to sprout. It continues growing until it 'heads out.' Heading out refers to the stage where the wheat heads begin to develop on top of the plants. The wheat plant is stockier than most people imagine. They turn a shade of yellow as the plants near harvest.

One has to keep checking on the field in order to begin the harvest subsequent to the kernels having fully dried. You need to start harvesting as soon as possible after this happens. There are a lot of factors that could go wrong like snow rain, hail or a big wind storm that could prevent you from harvesting the wheat and could devastate the quality of your crop.

Wheat is the most important food grain for people worldwide and in total production of cereal crops, it ranks second behind maize.

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