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Wheat
Hard Red Spring Wheat OGWheat
8130 Triticum aestivum For those seeking a reliable hard red spring wheat at less boutique prices than those commanded by the venerable Red Fife, we... read more
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Red Fife Spring Wheat
Red Fife Spring Wheat OGWheat
8133 Triticum aestivum Hard red heritage spring wheat developed in the 1840s by David Fife at his Peterborough Farm in Upper Canada, now Ontario. The... read more
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Barley
Barley, Robust
Barley, Robust OGBarley
8007 Hordeum vulgare A widely grown 6-row barley with semi-smooth awns, medium-tall straw and resistance to spot blotch. Thrives on well-drained... read more
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Clover
Medium Red Clover OGClover
8038 Trifolium pratense Biennial or short-lived perennial. While we highly recommend Freedom Red Clover for hay plantings, this variety-not-stated... read more
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Oats
Hulless Oats
Hulless Oats OGOats
8070 Avena nuda Most oats have a clinging hull that requires industrial-grade milling to render them suitable for human consumption. Hulless oats are... read more
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Rye
Rye, Winter
Rye, Winter OGRye
8097 Secale cereale Extremely winter-hardy and competitive grain thrives on well-drained loam soils but will do well in heavy clays or sandy soils.... read more
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Soil-Building Seed Mix
B&B Summer Mix OGSoil-Building Seed Mix
8006 Maybe “B&B” conjures images of a restful weekend with late-morning French toast on a sunny porch, or maybe you’re a devotee of the fine digestif... read more
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Timothy
Timothy
Timothy OG
8121 Phleum pratense Europeans noted it in 1711 along the banks of the Piscataqua river in New Hampshire. Named for Timothy Hanson who promoted its use... read more
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