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We are surrounded by wheat fields. We get a fair amount of wheat growing on our land because of it. So I guess I'm wondering if I collected the seeds could I plant them or are the mass farm wheat seeds not good for that?
 
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Wheat is not hybrid or GMO (well, except for those experiments that got away) so there should be no problems resowing it or grinding it for wheat.
 
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