Soft Red Winter Wheat
Soft Red Winter Wheat is a cereal that sprouts before freezing occurs, becomes dormant in winter, until the soil warms up in spring.
Soft red winter wheat has low to medium protein content with soft endosperm. The cereal is ground into flour and is used to make cakes, pastries, flat breads, and crackers. Ohio is the leading producer of soft red winter wheat followed by Arkansas and Illinois.