We love wheatgrass! Use for wheatgrass, sprouted wheat bread, milling, or short sprouts. Commercial wheatgrass growers usually prefer this wheat, since it may grow faster than hard red winter wheat.
Wheat, sprouted- A good source of protein, vitamins C and B6, calcium, iron, magnesium, pantothenic acid, phosphorus, and amino acids. Wheat grass- Chlorophyll, Vitamins A, B, C, & E; minerals.
Customers most agreed on the following:
This wheatgrass is wonderful and better than I could've expected. It's very clean with no trash in it as some others I've tried. This has been my first experience with growing wheatgrass and I couldn't be happier, it grows fast and tall and the juice is something I can say is really good, not what I expected at all. Thank you so much for growing and sharing this great product that is so good for us and our animals.
I have not gotten to sprout these yet but have sprouted hard red winter wheat and barley with good success. Am anxious to see if there is a difference between hard spring wheat and hard winter wheat. The germination is supposed to be faster. I line my pizza pans with newspaper, sprinkle the seeds on top and cover with a half inch of potting soil and azomite. I keep it moist until it sprouts then spray it several times a day with water. I use the grass in juicing and green smoothies. I usually get two cuttings before I compost it in the compost bin or worm bin. My dog and cats like to eat it too. The high chlorophyll content makes my tummy feel good and gives me glowing skin.