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Identifying grain

 
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How can I identify grains and other grasses?

The first one came up with some wheat that I planted last fall.

I'm guessing the second one is either wheat or barley. The utility guys planted it after doing some work.
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First one is oats...
 
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Cool, thanks.
 
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Second looks like triticale. Wheat/Rye cross. I'm growing it as well.
 
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