Heirloom Grains

Heirloom Grains are grains that will grow into the same plant after the seeds are harvested every year. Most grains are annuals. Grain seeds are used for breads, beer, cereals, animal feed, and cover crops.

Bunker Triticale

Bunker Triticale X titosecale Triticale is a cross between wheat and cereal rye. Bunker is winter...

Bunker Triticale X titosecale Triticale is a cross between wheat and cereal rye. Bunker is winter active, awnletted (reduced awn expression) variety used primarily as a green chop -whole plant forage, for hay, or for a very high yielding cover crop. Bunkers awnletted characteristic makes a more palatable hay than a fully awned (bearded) variety. When used and a cover crop, Bunker provides benefits similar to winter active varieties of cereal rye (i.e. AGS104 Rye and Merced Rye); high biomass ...

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German Golden Millet Seed

German Golden Millet Seed This particular strain has been around for some time, but the first tim...

German Golden Millet Seed This particular strain has been around for some time, but the first time we can document being sold as seed was in 1889. Super popular in feed mixes for exotic birds like finches and canaries, but many birds delight in this millet. Most people hang the entire sprig in the cage for birds to eat. Excellent for those birders looking to attract rare birds to their garden. Millet is used as a porridge or breakfast food in many countries. Golden German millet is a late mat...

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Hybrid Pearl Millet

Pennisetum americanum Hybrid Pearl millet (85-98 days from seed to harvest) 1 ounce ~4,500 seeds ...

Pennisetum americanum Hybrid Pearl millet (85-98 days from seed to harvest) 1 ounce ~4,500 seeds Pearl millet was domesticated as a food crop in the tropical region of West Africa at least 4000 years ago. It's a warm season annual grass crop that is best known here in the U.S. for forage and grain crop. It is one of the most drought resistant grains in grain production today. It is well suited for double cropping behind small grains and vegetables. Most pearl millet is used in chicken and wi...

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Japanese Millet

(Echinochloa esculenta) Japanese millet   Japanese Millet is warm season grass that is grown pri...

(Echinochloa esculenta) Japanese millet   Japanese Millet is warm season grass that is grown primarily for forage, wildlife habitat and of course is a favorite bird food. Can tolerate wet soils once established. Commonly planted in wetlands, near ponds or along streams to attract water fowl. It is robust with course, hairless leaves 4-20 inches long with stems that are thicker than most millets. Grows 2-4' tall. Japanese millet is a weed-suppressing cover crop that can grow up to 4 ft in...

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Midnight Red Amaranth

(20-45 days)  One gram will sow 45 feet at (thinned) spacing of 12-18” on 24” rows. Beautiful tri...

(20-45 days)  One gram will sow 45 feet at (thinned) spacing of 12-18” on 24” rows. Beautiful tri-color annual vigorous variety.  Tender greens that will please the eyes as well as the palette.  Great as a colorful addition to salads, or cooked.  Add sunflowers and make a stunning flower arrangement!

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Red Garnet Amaranth Seed

Amaranthus caudatus Red Garnet Amaranth 7 grams - approximately 7000 seeds per seed pkg One...

Amaranthus caudatus Red Garnet Amaranth 7 grams - approximately 7000 seeds per seed pkg One gram will sow 45 feet at (thinned) spacing of 12-18” on 24” rows. Intensely bright fuchsia-red plants are just much brighter than most Amaranths we think. Red Garnet can be used as a cooked green, allowed to flower for a dramatic display in the garden or grow it for grain! Some folks share the grain with the birds attracting beautiful buntings, goldfinches and other flying jewels. Red Garnet Ama...

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White Proso Millet

White Proso Millet (70-100 days) 1 oz package Proso millet, also called Proso, grain millet or h...

White Proso Millet (70-100 days) 1 oz package Proso millet, also called Proso, grain millet or hog millet, is grown primarily in the US for feed grain or birdseed purposes. However, most of the world eats millet and it is becoming wildly popular in health food stores today. Proso is a warm-season grass and is well-adapted to the warm summer temperatures. It is, however, sensitive to frost and therefore usually is planted in June. Proso has a shallow root system, but because of its short grow...

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Winter Cereal Rye

Winter Cereal Rye 1 oz package - covers about 50 square feet Cereal rye grows best on well-drain...

Winter Cereal Rye 1 oz package - covers about 50 square feet Cereal rye grows best on well-drained loamy soils but is tolerant of both heavy clays and droughty, sandy soils. It often grows in infertile soils where other cereal grains fail. Optimum soil pH is 5.0­7.0, but pH in the range of 4.5­8.0 is tolerated. Cereal rye is the most winter-hardy of all cereal grains, enduring temperatures as low as -30°F once established. It can germinate and grow at temperatures as low as 33°F; however, o...

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