The Wheat

Wheat is originated in western Asia, China is one of the world’s first wheat planting countries, wheat is a wheat plant collectively, is a monocotyledonous plant, is a widely planted in the world of graminoids plants, wheat kiwi is human Staple, after grinding into flour, we can make it be biscuits, noodles and other food; Fermented wheat can be made into the beer, alcohol, white wine (such as vodka), or raw fuel.

Humanity in Neolithic started to plant wheat, which is wild ancestor at that time. Cultivation history has been more than 10,000 years. About 10,000 years ago, the invention of agriculture laid the groundwork for the emergence of civilization in the Near East. The vast area of Central Asia, in the prehistoric primitive social settlements to discover many residual objects, including wild and cultivated wheat spikelet’s, grains, carbonized wheat grain, and mark in the hard mud. Subsequently, from West Asia, near the East area into Europe and Africa, and east to India, Afghanistan, and China. Scientists believe that it first appeared in the fertile bay (extending from the Mediterranean to a vast area of Iran). According to the different sowing season, wheat can be divided into spring wheat and winter wheat. Spring wheat refers to the spring planting, when the summer or autumn harvest wheat; Winter wheat refers to the autumn and winter planting, the second year of summer harvest wheat.

As the product of human civilization, the existence of wheat has important significance and commemorative value. A country’s agriculture is related to the food source of the nation’s people. The lapel pins for wheat , made by GS-JJ, enamel pin maker. It is crafted by soft enamel, die struck with gold finish. The craft is very delicate. Each of us is individually poly bagged and fixed by a butterfly clutch back. GS-JJ can provide many different custom enamel pins  at the lowest price.


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