Novum wheat

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The common wheat is a spin-off of some spelt-forms which mutated and became threshable in the ancient times. If the variations have been deteriorating for thousands of years, then it would be practical to make the nature to repeat itself.
In the mid 90’s, without crossing, GM-technology and other controlled interference, the evolutional progress has been restarted, with the help of the nature. With scientific appellation, the spelt has diversificated and with this new evolutional step speciation happened so the Triticum genus has flared with this branch.

The new variations comply all the ways of utilization:
The significance of the new species in human- and economy policy:

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