Description and Photos courtesy of John Sherck
John Sherck, Bristol, IN:
This is a very fascinating variety of wheat! It produces golden brown, large, grain heads. The actual grain kernels (blond) were some of the largest I have grown here in Indiana. It is a rare Asian landrace (possibly from China), considered a natural cross between bread wheat (T. aestivum) and polish wheat (T. polonicum). Awns. This variety did not survive the winter as a fall planted crop here in northern Indiana.