You drive along the Scanian wheat fields. What do you see? Mile after mile of fairly short plants, most similar. Then you know: it's modern, thoroughly processed wheat. That's where it started. I, Nils Christerson from the farm Bagershill in Skåne, was in Denmark. There I saw wheat fields that looked partly different: a little messier, the longer straws swayed in the wind and despite being grown with more environmentally friendly methods, there was surprisingly little weed. What was that wheat? To my surprise, the answer was that it was Öland wheat, an old Swedish agricultural wheat variety, produced in the light of history's store at Alnarp's agricultural university - my neighbor practically!
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