Teff, A. L. White (Organic)

Eragrostis tef.

An early maturing white seeded teff that consistently performs well – even in the short cool summer of 2010 and even better in the long, hot summer of 2015. White teff is usually too late maturing to be grown here, luckily A.L. White teff is different. Each plant produces many beautiful wispy tillers, making teff an attractive choice for many reasons. White teff is also the preferred type for injera, a traditional soured flat bread important to Ethiopian cuisine.

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    rdslager

    What’s the days to maturity? Thanks

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    • Andrew Still

      Shop Manager Andrew Still

      Hello Rick, We have never counted the days to maturity for this variety, however it is earlier to mature than 3 other white teff varieties we have trialed. Grain maturity can vary a lot with the growing conditions, so comparing it to other similar varieties is often most useful. If you have grown other brown seeded teff, I would compare it to those in days to maturity. We sow teff in may and harvest in September. It likes hot weather and lots of irrigation. Hope this helps.

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