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Agro Products :: Wheat

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Wheat is defined as a cultivated grass which is grown primarily for its nutritional grains. It grows anywhere between 2 and 4 feet. The scientific name of wheat is 'Gramineae' and belong to the genus 'Triticum'. There are a wide variety of wheat that can grow in different climatic conditions, whether it's cold, hot or dry.


It is commonly known as 'atta' and is eaten mostly in the form of rotis, chapatis, etc. There are about 200 flour mills operating in India having a capacity to produce about 15 million tons of wheat.