What it says on the tin
As the name suggests, Chezrian wheat is farmed across the south coast of Chezri, in the temperate coastal regions separated from the rest of the continent by deserts and savannahs.
It is oddly similar tois many ways, from the taste to the colour to the ideal climate, but, as far as anyone can tell, they evolved entirely dependent of each other.
Despite how well the wheat grows in this climate, the crop actually evolved in Chezri's fertile crescent, just to the south east. The silk from the local Adolescent Silk Moths, but they have historically relied on root vegetables that prefer water-logged growing conditions.of the area are world-famous for their sailing skills, enhanced by the ultra strong
Considering this, together with the inhospitable nature of most of the Chezri mainland, the large-scale farming of Chezrian wheat--which favours drier climates--is relatively recent.
A sea of wheat
These days, the farming community of south Chezri sprawls across almost the entire coast. Gok-Rock appears to have been the first bit of land colonised when tilkens finally set foot there with an eye to settling. To this day, it remains the largest settlement on the coast, home to the South Chezri Trading Company.
Trouble brewing and brewing and brewing
Unfortunately, a series of trading ships spread out across a long, thin area of workable coastline makes this wheat expensive to ship and an ideal target for nearby pirates.
Pirate attacks both drive the cost of security up, and increase the odds that your shipment will never reach its destination, pushing the cost of the wheat up even further and therefore making it even more valuable to those same pirates, until the value drops completely as consumers stop risking it, causing pirates stop bothering to steal it, and the cycle begins again.