Cereal Foods World

Our #article is now published in the Cereal Foods World, Cereals & Grains Association with Open Access. “The unique climate in #California allows for diverse #grains to be grown year-round. Every class of #wheat is grown in California, from soft winter wheats to hard red spring wheats and pasta wheats. California-grown wheat has some of the highest quality and highest yields in the United States and is prized for its unique terroir, similar to California-grown wines (2).” “The University of California, Davis (UCD) Small Grains Breeding program (https://lnkd.in/gPmEv3U), UCD Plant Breeding Center Student Collaborative Organic Plant Breeding Education (SCOPE) project (https://lnkd.in/gMqy-3y), and California Wheat Commission have partnered to establish an organic grain breeding program to provide organic farmers in California with unique varieties to grow and #market.” “Breeders, researchers, farmers, millers, and bakers working together can create new and interesting varieties that are economically viable for farmers and cherished by bakers.”

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