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Zeleno zito i drvece u Maju.

Pogled preko ograde dvorista na polje zita i drveca u Maju.
Psenica (lat. Triticum spp.) jeste vrsta zitarice koje se uzgaja sirom sveta. Globalno, ona je najvaznija zrnasta biljka koja se koristi za ljudsku ishranu i druga je na lestvici ukupne proizvodnje prinosa zitarica, odmah iza kukuruza, dok je treca pirinac. Psenica potice iz podrucja Levanta i Bliskog istoka.
Psenicna zrna su glavni prehrambeni proizvod koji se koristi za dobijanje brasna za hleb, kolace, testenine i za fermentaciju u proizvodnji piva, alkohola, votke i biogoriva. Ljuska zita koja se odvaja pri izradi brasna naziva se mekinja. Psenica se seje na odredjenom prostoru kao krmno bilje, a slama se koristiti kao zastirka u stajama i stalama, kao gradjevinski materijal za izradu krovova ili za zidanje balama slame.
Dan je bio sa suncem i topao za ovo doba godine.




Green grain and trees in May.

View over the fence of the yard to the field of grain and trees in May.
Wheat (Lat. Triticum spp.) Is a type of grain grown around the world. Globally, it is the most important grain plant used for human consumption and is second on the scale of total cereal crop production, just behind corn, while the third is rice. Wheat is sourced from the Levant and Middle East areas.
Wheat grains are a major food product used to make flour for bread, cakes, pasta and for fermentation in the production of beer, alcohol, vodka and biofuels. The husk that separates from flour is called bran. Wheat is sown in a particular area as forage, and straw is used as a curtain in stables and barns, and as building material for roofing, or for masonry baling straw.
The day was sunny and warm for this time of year.

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