[Difference between winter wheat and spring wheat]_winter wheat_average

[Difference between winter wheat and spring wheat]_winter wheat_average

Winter wheat and spring wheat are sown for different futures. Winter wheat has changed cold resistance, and spring wheat has better drought resistance.

Spring wheat is now sown in spring and then harvested in autumn, while winter wheat is planted in autumn and harvested in early summer.

Winter wheat and spring wheat are also different in taste, as is the taste of rice and wheat.

Whether it is winter wheat or spring wheat, it is actually an important food in our lives, and everyone must not have the habit of wasting food when eating it.

1. Growth habit Winter wheat is extremely resistant to cold during the growth process, and its seedlings can survive the winter. When spring comes, the harvest is quick, and the squatting grows up.

Spring wheat is extremely resistant to drought, with large dwarf ears and short growing season. After spring sowing, it is not as delicious as winter wheat flour.

2, sowing, harvest time Spring wheat is wheat that is sown in spring, usually planted in spring and harvested in autumn.

Winter wheat is wheat grown in late autumn and early winter.

It is usually planted from October to November and harvested around June of the following year.

3. The spring and winter wheat planting boundaries in the distribution areas are basically along the Great Wall.

Spring wheat is planted to the north of the Great Wall and winter wheat is planted to the south.

In terms of terrain, spring wheat is grown in the Northeast Plain, and winter wheat is grown in the North China Plain.

Why is it easier to plant spring wheat in the Northeast Plain and winter wheat in the North China Plain?

This is because of climate.

The Northeast Plain is extremely cold in winter, and the wheat planted in the field is easily killed by ice. In addition, the Northeast Plain has a humid climate in spring, and the wheat germinated quickly after sowing, so it is spring wheat sowing in spring.

The spring drought in the North China Plain is not conducive to crop sowing. For example, after sowing in winter, it can take root and germinate, and after a winter of water absorption, a large amount of water is stored in the wheat.Resistance to spring and drought, so autumn (otherwise winter) sowing is winter wheat.

Three major wheat producing areas in China: (1) The northern winter wheat area is mainly distributed in the Qinling Mountains, north of the Huaihe River, and south of the Great Wall. Here, winter wheat production accounts for about 56% of the country’s total wheat production.

Among them, it is mainly distributed in Henan, Hebei, Shandong, Shaanxi, and Shanxi provinces; (2) Southern winter wheat area, mainly distributed to the south of Huaihe River in Qinling Mountains.

This is the main rice-producing area in developing countries. Planting winter wheat will help increase the multiple cropping index and increase food production.

It is characterized by a high commodity rate.

The main producing areas are concentrated in Jiangsu, Sichuan, Anhui, and Hubei provinces.

(3) Spring wheat area, mainly distributed north of the Great Wall.

The temperature is extremely common in this area, and the production season is short, so it is mainly cooked once a year. The main producing provinces are Heilongjiang, Xinjiang, Gansu, and Inner Mongolia.