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Hulless Grains Mix (Wheat, Barley & Rye)

$3.95

Triticum aestivum, Hordeum vulgare and Secale cereale

Days to Maturity: 90

Our Hulless Grains Mix is a mixture of Hulless Wheat, some Hulless Barley and a touch of Hulless Rye -- a perfect mix for baking. This gorgeous mixture of grains is easy to grind into flour in a normal food processor, dry blender or small flour mill! There are minimal hulls so simply harvest and thresh to dislodge grains. Experiment with breads and pastries. The varying colors and tones make these glorious grain bouquets. The long straw is also ideal for animal bedding and other uses.

Planting Instructions: Sow Hulless Grains seeds outdoors 1/4"-1/2" deep, 2-4" apart in early spring through early fall. Wheat planted in early spring (as soon as ground can be worked) is harvested mid-summer; wheat planted in early fall will sprout and go dormant and is harvested the following late spring. 

Seed Saving Instructions: Select robust plants, free threshing grains or other desired traits for seed saving. When fully dry, cut seedheads into a bucket. Stomp to dislodge seeds, and blow chaff away with a fan or wind. Store seeds in a cool, dark and dry place.

Approx 200 Hulless Grains seeds per packet (Hulless Wheat seeds, Hulless Barley seeds and Hulless Rye seeds)

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PRODUCT INFORMATION
PRODUCT INFORMATION

Triticum aestivum, Hordeum vulgare and Secale cereale

Days to Maturity: 90

Our Hulless Grains Mix is a mixture of Hulless Wheat, some Hulless Barley and a touch of Hulless Rye -- a perfect mix for baking. This gorgeous mixture of grains is easy to grind into flour in a normal food processor, dry blender or small flour mill! There are minimal hulls so simply harvest and thresh to dislodge grains. Experiment with breads and pastries. The varying colors and tones make these glorious grain bouquets. The long straw is also ideal for animal bedding and other uses.

Planting Instructions: Sow Hulless Grains seeds outdoors 1/4"-1/2" deep, 2-4" apart in early spring through early fall. Wheat planted in early spring (as soon as ground can be worked) is harvested mid-summer; wheat planted in early fall will sprout and go dormant and is harvested the following late spring. 

Seed Saving Instructions: Select robust plants, free threshing grains or other desired traits for seed saving. When fully dry, cut seedheads into a bucket. Stomp to dislodge seeds, and blow chaff away with a fan or wind. Store seeds in a cool, dark and dry place.

Approx 200 Hulless Grains seeds per packet (Hulless Wheat seeds, Hulless Barley seeds and Hulless Rye seeds)

Hulless Grains Mix (Wheat, Barley & Rye)

Hulless Grains Mix (Wheat, Barley & Rye)

$3.95