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How are you at ID'ing small grains? Winter Rye or Triticale

I can't remember which I sowed here -- Winter Rye or Triticale :?: I'm letting them mature because if it's rye, then growing them to maturity is supposed to help with the club root infection I have in this bed:

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Re: How are you at ID'ing small grains? Winter Rye or Tritic

Winter rye. It has that bluish cast to it. And the seed head looks right.

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Re: How are you at ID'ing small grains? Winter Rye or Tritic

yeah. it's been a while, but that definitely looks like winter rye.

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Re: How are you at ID'ing small grains? Winter Rye or Tritic

Thanks both for the ID. that's a relief :D
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Re: How are you at ID'ing small grains? Winter Rye or Tritic

I'll go as far as maybe.

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