Rye (Secale) - purity 99%, FN >120s, SW >74kg/hl


Rye - yearling, about 60-200 cm tall herbaceous plant. The stem is erect, the upper part with dense hairs. Inflorescence - integral double-breasted 5-20 cm long, bluish-green, later yellowed. Cereals - oblong, compressed from the sides, top of the hairy, has a deep longitudinal furrow, yellow, or green. It blooms in June. Grain, unlike meat is transportable, long incorruptible than in winter than in summer, allowing the accumulation of long-term food supplies. Rye led to the spread of the transition from meat-based food to cereal crops-based diet, which played a key role in rye bread.