Triticum turgidum ssp durum One of the earliest tetraploids going back to the Neolithic era in Syria, some 8,600 years ago. It is still the most widely grown because of its naked, free-threshing form.
Valued for its use in pasta, bulgar, couscous and some breads. Durum means “hard” in Latin.
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