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Default Do you use hard or soft wheat for growing wheat grass for juice?

The local organic store had hard winter wheat and soft wheat. Should I
just grow according to season or is one better than the other?


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Default Do you use hard or soft wheat for growing wheat grass for juice?


James wrote:
The local organic store had hard winter wheat and soft wheat. Should I
just grow according to season or is one better than the other?


It is the same. Soft is cheaper, red (hard) makes slightly larger
blades. Both taste awful. Now I only grow sunflower and pea shoots in
midwinter.



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