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Organic Einkorn Heirloom Spring Wheat

  • Diploid type, oldest of ancient wheats
  • Smallest seed size of the ancient wheats
  • Flavorful grain. Higher protein, beta carotene, lutein, and micronutrients compared to modern wheat
  • Not gluten free; may be more digestible
  • Low yielding, can thrive on poor soils
  • Seed 100lbs/acre early in the spring like other small grains; must be hull-on to germinate properly

$86.00 / 50lb Bag

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With a recent resurgence in consumer demand for ancient/heirloom grains in milling and brewing, these specialty grains can offer a premium in the marketplace. Identify your market before planting and plan ahead! Emmer and Einkorn thresh with the hulls intact (like oats). Most milling and malting markets will require the grain be dehulled before accepting, so have a plan for dehulling yourself. However, if you plan to save grain for seed, store with the hull intact. Dehulled grain quickly loses its viability to germinate.

  • Avoid excess nitrogen fertilizer and keep off deep, rich soils to avoid lodging.
  • Plant 100-150 lbs per acre at 1” deep in the spring.
  • Because the seeds are planted with attached hulls, watch for flowability issues through the drill.
  • Swathing/windrowing may be a better choice than direct harvest due to lodging risk.