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Charles Schnabel and a team of scientist began studying wheatgrass and other cereal grasses in 1931. They determined the best climate, location, soils, stage of growth and low temperature drying methods. Pines follows the 75-year growing and harvesting standards established by those scientist at Cerophyl Laboratories.
Never grown in Greenhouses or Trays
Pines Wheat Grass is grown in the same glacial soils of northeastern Kansas that produced the most nutritious wheatgrass in the research. It matures slowly, outdoors, during cold months. Freezing nighttime temperatures and cold days convert months of full sunlight into nutritional density, while the plant remains a short grass.