Common Wheat has been cultivated for centuries, connecting generations through the simple yet profound act of sowing, nurturing, and reaping. Common Wheat grains are rich in essential nutrients, offering a wholesome addition to your diet. As a cover crop, it enhances soil structure, prevents erosion, and aids in nutrient cycling.
Watch as your garden flourishes, demonstrating the remarkable power of sustainable agriculture. A well-draining soil with good fertility is ideal for growing common wheat. Choose an area in your garden or field where you want to improve soil structure and prevent erosion. Common wheat thrives in full sun, so select a location with good sunlight exposure.
Common Wheat Planting Information:
Season: Cool or warm
Planting Depth: 1/2"
Seeding Rate: 1-1.5 lb per 1,000 sq. ft.
Days to Maturity: 120 days in Spring, 180-250 days in Winter