Definition of poulard wheat
: a wheat (Triticum turgidum) little grown in the U.S. having 4-sided compact awned spikes that tend to branch in some varieties, rather short thick humped yellowish to red kernels, and long thick pithy or solid stems, and used chiefly for stock feed —called also cone wheat, English wheat, rivet wheat
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Origin and Etymology of poulard wheat
partial translation of French blé poulard, from blē wheat + poulard, probably from poularde
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