Wheat Concord


GENUS: Triticum SPECIES: aestivum

Maximum of 5 per person


Heritage Status: New Zealand
Bio-Region of Origin: Canterbury
Number of Seeds: 120 seeds (enough to plant 1 sq m @ .1 diagonal spacing)

Description: Kept alive by Milmore Downs this is an early New Zealand wheat that is a particularly good bread wheat. Less weight per hectare but better quality/nutrition.

All grains contain phytic acids and other anti nutrients and were traditionally always either fermented, sprouted or soaked and cooked for a long slow period to make the grains digestible and nutritious for the human digestive system. Please consider doing the same. If you want to know more a must buy book is Change of Heart – Kay’s Recipe Book!

Planting Instructions: Scatter sow in seed tray and transplant once seedlings reach 5-7 cm to 10cm diagonal spacings.