Hello! I have been out lately attempting to find a wild grass that produces sufficient grains for milling, and I happened across a tall (about 4-5 foot) grass stalk, tan in color, that looks very much like a miniature wheat stalk. The little stems where the grains are protruding droop, and have little needle-points as well, on their ends. The grains/seeds are about half an inch, or a quarter of an inch long, and out of curiosity, I took a stalk, stripped several seeds and ground them with a rock, producing a little white powdery substance on the rock and surface where I was grinding. Not *all* of the seeds produced the little bit of flour that the few did, but is this because perhaps these grains are not fully grown yet?
Also, how would I go about planting these? Do I simply throw the grains on the ground, or plant them as one would a.. say, flower seed?
Any help is much appreciated, thank you!