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T01-002
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Basic Collection Information and Status
 
Wheat (Triticum aestivum, Poaceae)
Cultural Affiliation   Pima
Collection Site   Arizona, United States (latitude: 33°; altitude: 1,200 ft / 400 m)
Collection Year   n/a
Accession Status   Active
Catalog Information and Instructions
Pima ClubWH003
Once grown on the Gila River Res­ervation. Seed heads are short, beardless and club-shaped. White kernels are soft and produce flour used for cookies and pastry.
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Collection Site
 
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Photographs
 
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T01-002 CF05 FRT01-002 CF05 FR2T01-002 CF05 P2T01-002 CF05 P3T01-002 CF05 P4T01-002 CF05 P
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Characterization and Evaluation
 
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Wheat IntroductionCultivation InstructionsSeed Saving Instructions
A native of the Old World, introduced to the Southwest by Father Kino. Traditionally, wheat was roasted and ground to make pinole or stretched into thin wheat flour tortillas (chemait). Wheat berries are also cooked with teparies to make poshol.In the low desert, plant in December or January for harvest in dry months of May & June. Broadcast and rake in seed, then lightly pat soil. Keep moist until sprouted.A self-pollinating annual. Birds love the ripe seeds, so protection may be necessary. Harvest when dry, strip stems or walk on seedheads to remove seeds; winnow off chaff.
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