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Radiocarbon-based Study Suggests Wheat Introduced to China in 2600 BCE

13:00 EDT 9 May 2018 | ISAAA

While rice is widely grown and consumed in China, it is not well known that the county is also the world's largest producer of wheat. Today, scientists would like to know the path that wheat took to get to China. Prior research showed that wheat was first domesticated in the Fertile Crescent around 8500 BCE. It then spread west into Europe and east...

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