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What grains were grown in the middle ages?


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2011-05-08 04:09:18
2011-05-08 04:09:18

I think it was mostly the basic wheat and grain but I'm not too sure... there might have been more grown but I think those are the only ones I can think of. Maybe try looking on google or wikipedia :)

The main ones were: wheat, barley, oats, rye, and corn.

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Since no location is specified, one can safely say that all the non-hybridized grains were grown during that time period -- wheat, barley, oats, rye, rice, corn, and possibly others as well.


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