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Definition of Perennial Wheat

Definition of Perennial Wheat

Thriving within nature's system with very little need for supplemental support, perennials are plants that establish a strong root stock and flourishes with the seasons. Every spring the plant germinates, grows throughout the summer, culminates in the autumn, dies back in the winter, and hibernates until the arrival of spring.

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