Perennial wheat is at the frontier of the wheat world, with perennial modes agriculture still on the horizon. Perennials mean a crop is sown once and harvested again and again in consecutive seasons without re-sowing or other soil disturbances. It mimics natural sytems in many ways. We've trialed a few lines here for NSW DPI including 11955, of which we now have a tonne to test in the mill and bakery. The flour is milled at mid extraction, a nice balance of strength and elasticity, and flavoursome. We invite your feedback for us to collate for Matthew Newell, the head of the perennial cereals program at NSW DPI.
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