The Search For Perennial Wheat

Author: Shaun Kenney
 February 2011
Abstract: A new variety of crop called “perennial wheat” has been in the process of development for many years. Researchers have reached a hopeful stage and perennial wheat may be ready for cultivation soon. Unlike the annual varieties of wheat, which can give yield only for one year, the perennial wheat can grow annual crop successively for about 7 years. Researchers at the Michigan State University have been at the work for several years now and they are now hopeful about their success.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *