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Rye
Rye
Our Price: €3.00

Secale cereale Best sown in autumn as if it is sown too late in spring the grain will not ripen. We don’t know the variety of this rye but have been growing it for many years as a green manure and saving some seed. Average 200 seeds/ packet. more info
Spelt
Spelt
Our Price: €3.00

Spelt Triticum spelta An ancient hexaploid species of hulled wheat possibly formed by the hybridisation of a tetraploid wheat such as emmer wheat and the wild goat-grass Aegilops tauschii or with bread wheat. It has less gluten than modern wheats and is popular for specialty bread making. It can be grown like bread wheat and is bst sown in autumn. The hulls can be threshed off in a garden shredder, although this damages the grain slightly.

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April Awned Wheat
April Awned Wheat
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Triticum aestivum A spring  variety. It came from Michael Micklas. It grows very well and is nice and tall.  Average 200 seeds/ packet. more info
Maris Widgeon Wheat
Maris Widgeon Wheat
Our Price: €3.00

Triticum aestivum Now rare, this variety was developed in 1964 by the UK Plant Breeding Institute, it is grown for its tall straw for thatching and good quality grain for bread making. For autumn sowing. We have some growing in the field so it should be back in stock by October 22
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Emmer Wheat
Emmer Wheat
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Emmer wheat (Triticum dicoccum) was one of the first domesticated in the Near East. It is a hulled and awned tetraploid wheat. It was widely cultivated in the ancient world and grows easily in Ireland as a spring wheat, with few disease problems.


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Einkorn Wheat
Einkorn Wheat
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Triticum monococcum The first form of wheat to be cultivated over 10,000 years ago. Einkorn has much higher protein than modern wheat, but is much lower yielding – the name Einkorn is German for "single grain," with only one grain per hull. Einkorn is similar to Emmer in that it is spring sown and can be easier to digest for those with gluten sensitivities. Though this grain is easy to grow, nutritious, and delicious, it is very difficult to thresh the grain from the hull. Awned heads are attractive in autumn flower arrangements. Approximately 120 seeds


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ISSA Wheat
ISSA Wheat
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Triticum aestivum Irish Heritage variety from ISSA, variety unknown. more info
Olands Wheat
Olands Wheat
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Ølands Wheat Triticum aestivum First grown on the Swedish island of Øland nearly 6,000 years ago, this is an exceptionally good bread wheat. Sow September/October or February/March. Harvest when grain starts to harden. more info
EZeer Thresh
EZeer Thresh
Our Price: €3.00

EZeer Thresh A Perennial wheat population that threshes easier and cleaner, a trait that is desirable for any small scale non-mechanized grower that wants to use this for bread making. Origin: PSR Perennial Grain breeding program Bred by Tim Peters, it can be sown in spring or autumn but is more likely to die if sown in spring as it outs too much into producing a crop before it is well established. Average 50 seeds/ packet.

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