100% Michigan Grown Staple Crop Seeds that Empower Your Plant-based Lifestyle Goals

Winter (Fall Planted) Wheats

These wheat cultivars are fall-planted on our southeast Michigan homestead. Winter grains require vernalization, a period of cold, during their lifecycle to flower and set grain.

Winter wheat planted in the fall usually has a higher yield than spring planted wheat. For me, it's often, its a race against, rain, snow and mud to plant in the spring.  

For growing information, please see our presentations that discuss growing grains on a small, homestead scale.

For a sense of scale in these seed photos, please review here.