Buckskin is a moderately disease and insect resistant winter wheat that matures somewhat early and produces a high yield in a variety of environments. Its plump, hard red berries are high in protein and gluten making Buckskin good for bread baking as well as eating the berries as a whole grain.
- Plant in the fall for next summer/fall harvest.
- Disease and pest resistant
- Awn color varies from white to black, depending on the season
- Produces high yield in a variety of environments
- Good for bread baking or eaten as a whole grain
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