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Wheat Facts Want a few pieces of wheat trivia to throw at your friends? Below are some fun facts about wheat from the Wheat Foods Council. Wheat is a member of the grass family that produces a dry, one-seeded fruit commonly called a kernel. More than 17,000 years ago, humans gathered the seeds of plants and ate them. ...

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Interesting Wheat Facts: Size of wheat depends on the variety. Wheat usually reaches 2 to 4 feet in height. Wheat develops head on a top of the stem which contains around 50 kernels. Color of the kernel depends on the variety of wheat. It can be red, blue, purple, brown or white.

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What Are Some Interesting Facts About Wheat? About 75 percent of all the grain products produced in the United States are made with wheat flour. The crop from which it is derived is grown in 42 states on about 63 million acres of land.

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Fun fact Friday again! Wheat is the 3rd largest crop produced in the United States following corn and beans. As wheat harvest is starting to begin around us, here are some fun facts about wheat! Did you know that one bushel of wheat contains approximately one million individual kernels, and it weighs about 60 pounds?

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Five Fun Facts About Wheat! We all love a great slice of bread, but seldom think about where it comes from. Here are five fun facts about wheat that you can think about the next time you’re waiting for your toast to pop.

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Wheat normally needs between 110 and 130 days between sowing and harvest, depending upon climate, seed type, and soil conditions (winter wheat lies dormant during a winter freeze). Some varieties of wheat grow as tall as 210 centimeters (7 feet), but most are between 60 and 120 centimeters (2 and 4 feet) tall.

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To welcome wheat as a tradable asset on the iFOREX blog, we thought of providing you with an amusing insight into this popular commodity. Here are just 11 fun, interesting facts about wheat – read them through. According to experts, wheat originated in the Fertile Crescent, AKA “cradle of civilization”, located not far from modern-day Iraq.

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Here are 30 Interesting Facts About Food Grains. 1-5 Interesting Facts About Food Grains 1. Pringles are technically not potato chips but a slurry of rice, wheat, corn, and some potato flakes - Source 2. The first pregnancy tests on record were in Ancient Egypt. Women would pee on a field of wheat and barley. If the

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Wheat originated in the “cradle of civilization” in the Tigris and Euphrates river valley, near what is now Iraq. The Roman goddess, Ceres, who was deemed protector of the grain, gave grains their common name today---“cereal.” Below you will find some fun facts and little tidbits on wheat and wheat products.

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wheat, cereal plant of the genus Triticum of the family Gramineae (grass family), a major food and an important commodity on the world grain market. Wheat Varieties and Their Uses The wheat plant is an annual, probably derived from a perennial; the ancestry of and precise distinctions between species are no longer always clear.