Certified Organic Hard Red Spring Wheat Seeds
- USDA Certified Organic
- Whole Sprouting Wheat berries
- Excellent Germination Rate 98-100%
- Resealable Packaging or pre-measured bags for wheatgrass trays
- 7-10 days for wheatgrass
- 2-3 days for wheat berry sprouts
- Great for grinding into whole wheat flour
- Outstanding choice for food storage
- Microbial Tested
Seeds Per Package:
- 8 oz - Approximately 7,500 Seeds
- 1 lb - Approximately 15,000 Seeds
- 2.5 lb - Approximately 37,500 Seeds
- 5 lb - Approximately 75,000 Seeds
- 10 lb - Approximately 150,000 Seeds
- 25 lb - Approximately 375,000 Seeds
- 35 lb - Approximately 525,000 Seeds
- 750 lb - Approximately 11,250,000 Seeds
- 1250 lb - Approximately 18,750,000 Seeds
- 2000 lb - Approximately 30,000,000 Seeds
Flavor Description: The familiar intense sweetness that wheatgrass is known for. A sugary sweetness with a mild bitter aftertaste.
These USDA Certified Organic grains promise your that no herbicides are used growing them. This hearty grain has an excellent germination rate—the growing period rapidly starts in spring. It is sown in the fall and harvested the following summer. It is closely monitored and microbial tested to prevent the possibility of infectious or transmittable diseases to receptacles, such as trays, jars, or sacks.
Hard Red winter Wheat Seed combines several species, and since its protein content is high, it is milled to produce all-purposed flour which makes it compatible for mixing with other flours. It has a protein content that is greater than spring wheat or white wheat. Hard Red Winter Wheat Grain Seed Wheat Grain Seed contributes to a crisp bread crust and hearty flavor.
Nutritional facts and analyses indicate a well-rounded presence of minerals, proteins, vitamins, fats, and aminoacids. This unique grain retains its green leaves, and excels in its restricting crushing in devastating weather conditions, and withstands creepy-crawlies, bugs, and insects. It thrives successfully in winter months with extreme soil erosion and resists cold climates, resulting in a robust, durable grain.
If a wheat is organic, it will have more of a variety of minerals than a non-organic wheat. If you grow with an organic compost the organisms in the soil will help the minerals absorb into the grass properly. Organic produce should also have the organism on it that produces cobalamin (B-12).