|Wild Wheat in Turkey|
|Domestic Wheat at Maggie's Farm|
|Seeding Oberkulmer Spelt 12/11/12|
|Sonora Wheat Berries (top) and Spelt firmly in their husks|
|Glenn 13 days after planting|
|Glenn with Red Fife & Sonora in background|
When it was released in Canada, that country’s Food Inspection Agency reported: “Overall, 'Glenn' was selected, particularly for its high yield, very good milling and baking traits as well as disease resistance.” However, many farmers report that Glenn is difficult to thresh, the kernels tending to remain on the spike despite their best efforts. Two steps forward. One back.
Hey, shouldn’t someone be developing a strain of wheat that can stand on its own against dandelions and crabgrass? Never mind the amount of gluten.