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Nearly all of my knowledge about this topic comes from growers – growers in the United States, the U.K., and Australia. The rest is from academics, and some of my personal experience. But I want to recognize the growers, because I have stolen from them freely. Italian Ryegrass is an annual grass species native to […]

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The bulk of a wheat kernel is the endosperm, the starch component of the wheat seed that produces white flour. This starch is made of carbohydrates in the form of glucose. That glucose typically takes on two kinds of structure in the wheat kernel, and there are different enzymes or proteins that determine the exact […]

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