(Triticum turgidum.durum); aka Goose, Wild Goose, Nicaragua, and Pierson; Heritage - Centennial; Hard White; Awned; Facultative - fall planted; an Ontario Connection cultivar
According to the 1923 U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farmers' Bulletin 1304, Arnautka was first imported to the U.S. in 1864. It soon became the most widely grown durum variety, known for its hard white kernels.
This line was originally collected in 1900 in Cambray Ontario by W. Beachman. Arnautka's strong straw resists lodging