Grains

Grains are some of the most sprayed crops that we consume, so it’s extremely beneficial if you can avoid the herbicides and pesticides and grow your own.   Baking your own bread or pasta from crops you have harvested should be on everyones bucket list!

Wheat Growing Guide

Wheat Growing Guide

Wheat is a type of grass that is widely cultivated for its edible grains, which are commonly ground into flour and used to make a variety of food products such as bread, pasta, and cereal. It is one of the most important staple crops in the world and has been grown...

Quinoa Growing Guide

Quinoa Growing Guide

Quinoa is a type of grain crop that is primarily grown for its edible seeds. It is native to the Andean region of South America, where it has been cultivated for thousands of years. Quinoa is highly nutritious food that is rich in protein, fibre, and various vitamins...

Oats Growing Guide

Oats Growing Guide

Oats (Avena sativa) are a type of cereal grain that is commonly grown as a staple food crop. The plant is an annual grass that can reach up to 1.5 meters in height, and it produces elongated seed heads that are used for food, feed, and other purposes. Oats are...

Amaranth Growing Guide

Amaranth Growing Guide

Amaranth is a plant that is grown for its edible leaves and seeds. It is a highly nutritious crop, rich in protein, fibre, and essential vitamins and minerals. Amaranth leaves are typically eaten raw or cooked, while the seeds are used to make flour, popped like...