Oat is a short-season, cool weather crop. Once the weather gets hot it does its baby-making thing and goes to seed, which means you missed the milky stage. Oat is direct-seeded as soon as the ground can be worked, which in my climate is April but for many people is March. I often plant oats the day I … Continue reading Growing Milky Oats: April Garden Tip
It seems like folks have a hard time making a really good milky oats tincture. When I teach advanced tincture making, we always discuss past "failures" or at least tinctures that didn't turn out how students expected, since there is more space to learn from our mistakes than from easy successes. Milky Oats is one that comes up often (along with … Continue reading Milky Oats Tincture: What’s the Secret?