A domesticated grass plant with over 300 million planted acres, wheat has the second highest global rate of agricultural production. Wheat is primarily used as a food source.

Wheat & Global Impact

  • Wheat is a staple of diets worldwide in the forms of flour, bread, pasta and baked goods.
  • Generally grown as a cash-crop, wheat drives local economies and is a significant player in the global agriculture commodities market.


  • Wheat is now cultivated throughout the U.S., Canada, China, India and Russia.
  • In the U.S., most wheat used for bread flour is grown in across the northern Plains. Additional wheat varieties are grown in the Northwest and throughout the Eastern states.

  • Widely diversified crop many varieties
  • Well-suited to temperate climates a perennial seed with year-round, worldwide production
  • Short growing season 90 days from seed to harvest
  • Grows at most elevations from sea-level up to an altitude of 30,000 feet

Targeted Growth Wheat

Targeted Growth has early indications that its technology will create a non-GMO wheat that has substantial increases in overall yield.

Wheat WheatWheat early emergence comparisonTGI variety on the right demonstrates early emergence Davis, CA
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