spelled grass

Spelled grass and its effects

Spelled grass is a type of grass grown for its grain. The grains can be used to make flour, which is then used to make bread, pasta, and other baked goods. Spelled grass is also used as animal feed. Spelled grass grows best in warm, sunny climates and does not tolerate shade. It is an annual plant, i. H. it only lives for one growing season. Spelled grass is susceptible to a number of diseases including rust, mold and mildew. However, it is resistant to many common herbicides. Spelled grass is considered an environmentally friendly crop because it requires less water than other grains and does not need to be replanted every year. Spelled grass is also a good source of nutrients, including protein, fiber and vitamins.