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Wheat

Wheat cultivation in India traditionally been dominated by the northern region of India. The northern states of Punjab and Haryana Plains in India have been prolific wheat producers. While this cereal grass has been studied carefully in the past, recent years of painstaking research by India's finest scientific talent has paid off with the development of distinctly superior varieties of Durum Wheat.


 This hard wheat is cultivated in clayey soil and is highly sought after for its physical characteristics. Its high gluten strength and uniform golden colour makes it ideal for bread making and pasta preparation unlike the softer commercially high yielding wheat, which lacks the strength and consistency of durum. Today, India is exporting sufficient quantities of all types of wheat and extensive research efforts are underway for improving its cereals and grain output in the years to come.Wheat cultivation has traditionally been dominated by the northern region of India. The northern states of Punjab and Haryana Plains in India have been prolific wheat producers. While this cereal grass has been studied carefully in the past, recent years of painstaking research by India's finest scientific talent has paid off with the development of distinctly superior varieties of Durum Wheat.With a production reaching ten times in past five years, India is today the second largest wheat producer in the whole world. Various studies and researches show that wheat and wheat flour play an increasingly important role in the management of India’s food economy.


 Wheat is sweet, cool, cures excessive humor of wind and bile in the body, rich in proteins, causes phlegm, increases virility, gives strength, is very nutritious and makes the complexion of the body fair.India has the largest area in the world under wheat. However, in terms of production, we are only the third largest behind EU-25 and China.

 India produces about 65-75 million tons of wheat a year, which is about 35% of India's total food grain production of 210-212 million tons.

 Since wheat and rice are grown in separate seasons, they do not compete for area.


We are mainly dealing in the following type of Wheat :   
  • VL-832
  • VL-804
  • HS-365
  • HS-240
  • HD2687
  • WH-147 
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WH-896(d) Wheat

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PBW-343 Wheat

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WH-542 Wheat

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WH-147 Wheat

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HD2687 Wheat

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HS-240 Wheat

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HS-365 Wheat

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VL-804 Wheat

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VL-832 Wheat

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