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07/04/2011

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Laura Little

What an awesome post. May I ask how much space you used for growing, and how much you harvested?

JHawk23

Interesting and useful. I had always associated "groats" only with buckwheat, but obviously oats can be produced in a groat form. Are there others?

H. Mark Delman


Hi JHawk:

I honestly dont know what else groat might apply to. If you want to give these a try, you can get them at a health food store.

-Mark

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