Monthly Archives: August 2018

Fall Planted Cereal Crop Seed Available

It is that time of the year again to start planning for winter grains. Here in Northern Indiana, I usually plant around the first of October. Our Hessian Fly date is September 15th. With the uptick of strange weather I … Continue reading

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Terminillo Winter Wheat

Terminillo is an old strain of wheat developed at the “Royal Wheat Growing Research Center” in Italy sometime between 1907 and the beginning of World War 2. It was one of many famous wheat lines bred by Prof. Nazareno Strampelli. … Continue reading

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Solina Winter Wheat

This is a famous heritage wheat from the Abruzzo region of Italy. It traces its roots back to the early 16th century. Solina is a fall planted soft red wheat that has been traditionally used to make homemade bread and … Continue reading

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