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Category Archives: Perennial
Little new was done in 2013. Last year’s grain effort focused on oats and barley. It was also a year of observation and reflection on the rye and wheat. Most of the rye overwintered. Only one wheat plant overwintered but we did … Continue reading
Back in October of last year, I wondered if we grew annual or perennial grains. Well, the results are mixed. The rye was 100% perennial; the wheat was mixed; and the buckwheat was annual. At the same time, I was thinking about how … Continue reading
Both the perennial rye and perennial wheat formed very dense growth. No weeds at all appeared. They had no competition. But they were growing in a raised bed because it’s the ideal place to start seedlings. The soil is rich … Continue reading