White Sonora Wheat is one of the oldest surviving wheat varieties anywhere in North America. The earliest records document it was extensively planted in the mountains of Sonora, Mexico in the early 1700s, and was widely planted in California by the early 1800s. Until the early 1900s, it provided most West Coast residents with their flour. Its flour makes stretchable dough, and is credited with the development of large flour tortillas, burritos and chimichangas.
White Sonora is a soft, round-grained winter or spring wheat with pale red grains that grow on beardless heads. An early spring variety that does equally well as a winter wheat in milder winter climates that doesn't freeze hard.
For more history and information, see our article "White Sonora Wheat – Perfect Grain for the Home Gardener".
90 days full maturity
3oz = approx 1500 seeds, enough for a 10 x 10 ft plot, or 100 Sq. ft.
6oz = approx 3000 seeds, enough for a 20 x 20 ft plot, or 400 Sq. ft.
1lb = approx 80,000 seeds, enough for a 50 x 50 ft plot, or 2,500 Sq. ft.
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