Can wheat grow in Thailand?
Thailand produces little wheat. “Wheat production is marginal in Thailand due to unfavorable climatic conditions, the lack of seed development, and unattractive returns compared to other field crops,” the attaché said.
Where does Thailand import wheat from?
Thailand’s feed wheat imports come mainly from Ukraine and Argentina. The FAS noted in the report that Thailand’s domestic corn production is expected to “increase significantly” due to favorable weather conditions.
Where is wheat mostly grown?
Today, approximately three-fourths of U.S. grain products are made from wheat, mostly grown on the Great Plains. China is the leading wheat producing country in the world, with India, Russia, U.S., France, Australia, Canada, Pakistan, Ukraine, and Germany rounding out the Top 10.
What do the wheat and paddy fields provide us?
THEY PROVIDE US WHEAT FROM WHICH WE MAKE CHAPATIS(ROTI).
Which country exports the most wheat?
List of countries by wheat exports