Where is wheat currently produced?
|Rank||Country||Wheat Produced (Tonnes)|
|4||United States of America||47,370,880|
Moreover, where is wheat grown now?
Today, approximately three-fourths of U.S. grain products are made from wheat, mostly grown on the Great Plains. China is the leading wheat producing country in the world, with India, Russia, U.S., France, Australia, Canada, Pakistan, Ukraine, and Germany rounding out the Top 10.
Similarly, which country is the second largest producer of wheat? India
Secondly, how wheat is produced?
Each grain or kernel of wheat consists of a wheat plant embryo called a germ (as in germinate), protected by a thick outer coating called the bran and fueled by the protein-rich endosperm. These resources protect and nurture the wheat germ, allowing it to grow out of the soil into a new wheat plant.
Why is growing wheat illegal?
Believe it or not, it's illegal to grow wheat at home. In the 1930s, a law was enacted that prohibited US citizens from growing wheat at home unless the crop was properly documented and the associated fees were paid on an annual basis (surprise surprise) to artificially inflate commercial wheat prices.