Wheat (Triticum spp.) is a grass that is cultivated around the world. Globally, it is the second-largest cereal crop, tied with maize; the third being rice. Wheat grain is a staple food used to make flour, livestock feed, and as an ingredient in the brewing of beer. Wheat is also planted strictly as a forage crop for livestock and for production of hay. See also Category:Wheat
Triticum aestivum (Common wheat)
Triticum dicoccum (Emmer wheat)
Triticum durum (Durum wheat)
Triticum monococcum (Einkorn wheat)
Triticum spelta (Spelt)
Wheat field in April in Burgundy, France
Wheat in Ávila, Spain
Wheat in Hula Valley, Israel
Wheat field in Île-de-France
The combine Claas Lexion 584 06833 is threshing the wheat. Then he crushed the chaff and blows it across the field.
The combine Claas Lexion 584 06833 mows, threshes, shreddes the chaff and blows it across the field. In the meantime he loads the threshed wheat at full speed on a trailer.
See also: Wheat in art
Gustave Courbet: Die Kornsieberinnen, 1855
Vincent van Gogh: Wheat Field with Crows, 1890
August Haake:Feld mit Kornhocken, 1911-1914