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Forums Pre-Production Forum golden (whole) wheat fields

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  • I am looking for two seperare kinds of wheat fields;
    green wheat fields and full grown golden colored wheat fields . I can give more detail if you contact me. Tahnk you. Gulin Ustun

    Hi GÜLİN,

    I have exactly what you need in Mexico, email me with more information please and i can send you photos… i look forward to receiving your email!

    Ramsey Figueroa
    Executive Producer
    Switch Films

    Hi GÜLİN ÜSTÜN , Argentina is one of the big wheat producers , infortunly now is all reaped , cause the harvest is nov-dic. Do you need many extensions or just background ?.

    Ernesto Dates
    Aguirre films
    54 911 44206115

    Nick Bolger


    INDIA is a big Wheat Producing country & due to large area with varied climate conditions you would find both kinds of grown fields i.e. Green Fields (in Raw State) & Golden Fields (in Ripe State).

    Pls send details to us at the earliest. Thanks.

    Subodh Tyagi, New Delhi, India. Mobile: +91 99 990 34355 email:

    Ajai Kapur

    Hi Gulin,
    I am writing you from production services PlanetB, Croatia. If you could send me more details I believe could help you with green and golden wheat fields.

    Sharon L

    Gulin hi it’s meirav
    just to let you know that in general the wheat becomes gradually yellow so you dont find fields which are green and next to it fields which are gold, even if the wheat is not same type in both fields.
    i did a research in the past few days for a production house and i have much knowledge about this topic:)
    will be happy to help you out
    Ooops Films Ltd
    Ooops Agency

    Sharon L

    when i wrote about the colors of the wheat i was reffering to my small country or to other countries where the wheat is in some specific regions but it’s true that in India due to its large size you could find what you are looking for:)

    Hi Gulin, I am sure we can help in South Africa, if you are interested please send me more information and I will get back to you – best regards, Jan

    hi Gulin ,sure will get in india , full green wheat fields and full golden color.

    Dharmendra Singh (jai)

    Contact –
    +91 9833084766

    for more info…

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