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Growing Grains in a Small Garden

Growing Grains in a Small Garden

 David.Monniaux via Wikipedia

David.Monniaux via Wikipedia

Raising grains such as wheat, spelt, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, millet, and rye in your backyard doesn’t require any special machinery, and you may be surprised at how little space it takes to grow a substantial supply of homegrown grains.

If you’re deep into gardening and self-sufficiency, sooner or later you’ll want to try growing wheat. Among other benefits, it allows you to get away from the commercial process that grows a perfectly good grain, then scrapes off the bran, peels out the germ, bleaches the flour, and sells all those things back to you separately. For more information of the growing and processing of grains in a mini home garden, refer to the wonderful article via the link below:

Growing Grains in a Small Garden

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