'Hard Wheat Kernels' - (Non-GMO) - Wheat Berries Seeds
(Spring / Red) wheat berries. Commonly used for wheat grass. These rare non-gmo wheat seeds are the final completion to every non-gmo garden / kitchen. Non-gmo flour is absolutely crucial to living a GMO-free lifestyle. Help to assure these seeds do not become extinct by growing and saving these seeds for the generations to come.
Sow these seeds as early as possible in the spring. Any delays will reduce the yields. Sow 2 kg per 1,000 sq. feet. Harvest in August / September. Cut the plant when it has turned brown and the berries have hardened. Averages 12,000 seeds per 454 grams.
Days to maturity: 90-120
Propagation: Sow direct
Latin Name: Triticum Aestivum
Degree of difficulty: Easy
Light: Full Sun