The everyday of our family farm
4 looks like corn. 6 looks like wheat. 15 looks like rye. They all make nice hearts.
Glad you like the hearts. And you'd be right with one of those guesses.
I think I know 1, 4, 6 and 15.
Well I don't know what you are thinking so I can't tell if you are right or not 😊
You can tell that I'm not an arable farmer. I think I know 4 and I can only think if one black seed (because I feed the birds and Siskins love it) so I may know 15.
3 that I might know but that is all. Take care and stay safe. Diane
I'm not a farmer, even though I live surrounded by farmland. i like the heart idea.
None because I know nothing
I'm going right out on a limb and will have a wild guess at everything!1. Quinoa2. Sunflowers3. Wheat4. Corn5. Sorghum6. Oats7. Fennel8. Soybeans9. Red lentils10. Green lentils (because they're green...)11. Rice12. Buckwheat (I don't know whether this is even grown in Aust.)13. Chickpeas14. Linseed15. Black quinoaIf I haven't matched up three I will really have egg on my face. At least it will give you a good laugh.Alphie
To the contrary Alphie, you have done very well. You have 9 correct.
So for those wondering... the seeds are:1 Quinoa2 Sunflower3 Wheat4 Corn5 Field peas6 Oats7 Millet8 Soya beans9 Green lentils10 Mung beans11 Barley12 Ryegrass13 Chickpeas14 Linseed15 Canola
Obviously I got 4 correct but I thought 15 was nyger/niger seed.
I had number four correct.
Well, blow me down! 9.Mung beans, they were no where on my radar. I thought they were something you grew on your window ledge... You'll have noted lentils and quinoa were my default position when I had absolutely need idea.And as for millet, I really wanted to put that in but have no idea what the seed looked like.What a fun post!Alphie