Barley – Rich In Dietary Fiber, Vitamins and Essential Minerals
Bursting with flavorful nutrition!
Feed your family with the fantastically hearty cereal grain that’s perfectly adapted for a variety of uses in the kitchen such as grinding for flour, sprouting the seed for Barley Grass as well as making some of the good stuff — beer. This high-yielding Barley can be planted in the Spring and Winter seasons. Makes excellent fodder for livestock, too!
Barley is rich in dietary fiber, niacin (Vitamin B3), thiamine (Vitamin B1), selenium, iron, magnesium, zinc, phosphorus, and copper.
Weight: 12 grams
Count: Approximately 350 seeds
Barley can be planted in the Spring or Winter and has the best results when planted early in the season. Broadcast seeds by hand onto nutrient-rich soil or use a handy seed crank and lightly till to cover your work. Barley ripens in 60 to 70 days. This grain has a variety of purposes, such as grinding the grains for flour, sprouting the seed for Barley Grass, feeding livestock as well as making beer.