224 had one seed per cluster. 235 was growing with the rye in the third picture, but like you said it doesn't look the same. I just separated it out and we might have a combination there. Some of the grains look blueish like the rye. I’m not sure if I’m separating them out correctly from the clusters.
I’ve put the grains beside the head they came out of in the next picture. So just based on numbers it looks like I have one wheat, two rye and two barley? Although four of the five look alike to me.
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