Ancient wheat variety begins comeback in northern Michigan

Emmer wheat. Image: USDAEmmer wheat, one of the earliest known cultivated crops, is once again attracting the attention of farmers and consumers.

Discussions of planting, harvesting and processing certified organic emmer wheat during the 2015 growing season prompted Rand Bell to investigate this ancient wheat variety.

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