Triticum aestivum | Bread Wheat
Roadsides, wasteground, rubbish dumps and ports
Seed accessions in the National Genebank, Backweston (bred/improved germplasm and traditional cultivar/landrace seed). Material in the seed and genebank at Trinity College Botanic Garden Dublin (set up by Genetic Heritage Ireland). Material held by ISSA
Records submitted to Data Centre in 2022
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Bread wheat constitutes about 90% of the wheat grown around the world. There is a huge number of wheat breeding programs attempting to develop new cultivars. Bread wheat is pretty frequent in Ireland, occurring typically on roadsides, waste ground, rubbish dumps and ports