Triticale is very easy to grow‒

a good beginner’s crop.

Easy-to-thresh big fat grains.

Excellent disease resistance.

Makes lots of carbon for the compost pile to make the garden more fertile every year.

Triticosecale C/Matures 16-18/Harvest 0-4/Yield grain 4-26, dry 12-72/Spacing 5" 





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Juan

Juan Triticale

Spring-planted (February in zone 8). Shorter variety with stiff, strong, straw to about 3 1/2' tall. Tillers well, fat heads of grain. Stands sturdy without ...
  • Square foot coverage: 30
  • Days to maturity: 110-126
  • Germination days: 3-7
Pika+triticale

Pika Triticale

Fall-planted. A bearded (awned) type, this grew over 6 feet tall and was very high-yielding of both grain and straw. BOTANICAL NAME : X triticosecale GROW...
  • Days to maturity: 110-126
  • Germination days: 3-7
  • Planting depth: 1-1.5
Gtr 7495+shademaster

Shademaster Triticale

Fall-planted. Medium in both size (5 ft) and yield, but doesn't need full sun to do it. This is a big breakthrough, because virtually all grains need full su...
  • Days to maturity: 110-126
  • Germination days: 3-7
  • Planting depth: 1-1.5