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Cultivated as cover crops or for grain production, all of our seed grain is untreated and available in a wide range of quantities. Nutritious, edible grain seeds are valued commodities for human as well as livestock consumption. Grains can also be used to make milled and fermented products, as well as for mulching.
Barley Colon Grain Non-GMO, Organic One Ounce Package
Grain Crop Barley Colon Non-GMO, Organic 14 Ounce Package
Barley Colon Grain is a specialty two-row malting barley. This early-maturing barley has plump
kernels, and is medium yielding with moderate lodging. Released by North
Dakota AES in 1996. Sow at 85 lb./acre or 2 lb./1,000 sq.ft. Plant in
spring or summer. For grain production, sow seeds in spring. Blue
label/Certified seed. Organically grown. Matures in 80 to 90 days.
Grain Crop Barley Robust Non-GMO, Organic One Ounce Package
Grain Crop Barley Robust Non-GMO, Organic 14 Ounce Package
High yielding, good standing, six-rowed barley. Adapted for pearling, malting, and feed-grade barley. Sow at 85 lb./acre or 2 lb./1,000 sq. ft. Plant in spring or summer. For grain production, sow seeds in spring. Organically grown. 90-100 for grain production.
Grain Crop Oats Common Non-GMO, Organic One Ounce Package
Grain Crop Oats Common Non-GMO, Organic 14 Ounce Package
Standard choice with multiple uses. Early maturing and good standing with very high yields. A good choice for under seeding with a legume. Oats are a quick-growing green manure. For winter cover, sow by early Sept. in the North, slightly later farther south; the heavy stubble will prevent erosion and oats will not regrow in the spring like winter rye. For grain production, sow seeds in early spring for a late summer harvest. Organically grown. Harvest in mid to late summer.
Grain Crop Oats Hulless Non-GMO, Heirloom, Organic One Ounce Package
Sow Hulless Oats in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked. Harvest in mid-
to late summer, thresh, and winnow. Lacks the indigestible husk of
common oats. Grind into oat flour or crack in a grain mill to make
oatmeal. Oatstraw, the green leafy stems, can be harvested for tea. For a
winter cover crop, sow in late summer; in cold areas, oats will get
winter-killed when temperatures drop below 10°F, and the crop residue is
then easy to work under for planting early spring crops like peas and
potatoes. Organically grown. Harvest in mid to late summer.
Winter Rye Grain Non-GMO, Heirloom, Organic One Ounce Package
Grain Crop Winter Rye Non-GMO, Heirloom, Organic 14 Ounce Package
Rye cover crop is great for controlling erosion, adding organic matter,
enhancing soil life, and suppressing weeds. Its extensive root system
makes it among the best green manures for improving soil structure. It
is an excellent soil renovator and pioneer crop for new fields. Rye is
very good at releasing phosphorus and potassium. It also stabilizes
excess soil and manure nitrogen. Rye and vetch together are one of the
preferred cover crops for no-till tomato planting. Rye is also good for
animal grazing; it's highly palatable and of high nutritional quality,
and comes back from grazing and grows again. Rapid establishment and
growth together with weed suppression make rye an excellent choice for
certified organic growers.
Grain Crop Yellow Field Peas Non-GMO, Open Pollinated, Organic, One Ounce Package
Grain Crop Yellow Field Peas Non-GMO, Open Pollinated, Organic, 14 Ounce Package
A great grain crop or forage mixture component. Yellow peas are a great non-GMO protein source and are becoming more prevalent in feed rations with protein percentages ranging from 21–25. They contain high levels of carbohydrates, are low in fiber, and contain 86–87% total digestible nutrients, making them an excellent livestock feed. Harvest for grain at 16–18% moisture or when the seeds are hardened and fully mature. Organically grown. Sow August 1st thru November 15th as a winter cover crop.
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All of the variety information on the David's Garden Seeds® website, including the days to
maturity, color and size are based on data from tests done at specific
locations. Many factors, including geographic location, daytime and
nighttime temperatures, the availability of plant nutrients, many unknown climate factors and insects/pest interact to determine a variety's
performance. For information on which varieties will perform best in
your area, we recommend that you contact your local county extension agent or a Master Gardener.
David’s Garden Seeds®, gardening is our passion. We provide top quality,
non-GMO seeds so families can learn about gardening and love it. In turn, we
hope they will pass this passion down to their children and
grandchildren, teaching them to grow delicious food, fresh herbs and