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Buckwheat (Fagopyrum esculentum) is a plant cultivated for its grain-like seeds; it is also used as a cover crop.
Buckwheat may also refer to:
- Buckwheat family or Polygonaceae, a family of plants
- Tartary buckwheat or Fagopyrum tataricum, cultivated in the Himalayas
- Tall buckwheat, Fagopyrum acutatum, synonym Fagopyrum dibotrys, cultivated for medicinal use and as animal fodder
- Eriogonum or wild buckwheat, a genus of North American plants
- Fallopia convolvulus or wild buckwheat
- Buckwheat, a character played by Billie Thomas in the 1930s U.S. short film series Our Gang)
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