These wheat cultivars belong to the botanical group Triticum turgidum ssp. carthlicum.
"Persian wheat is of spring habit, early maturing, and somewhat resistant to fungus diseases. It has strong yellow to light red stems. Spikes are flexible, tending to lean over. While several flowers are present in each spikelet only three usually develop kemels. Kemels are free-threshing, flinty, generally red. Persian wheat is grown in the Eastern Mediterranean Area, including southern U.S.S.R., but not commercially in the United States." - https://hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/Crops/Wheat.html
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