Q.Teff Doesn’t Produce Seed??
Article says teff doesn’t produce seed — https://www.gardeningknowhow.com/edible/grains/cover-crops/teff-grass-cover-crop-planting.htm But … teff is a mainstay in Ethiopia and beloved by the gluten-intolerant here. Usually prepared and eaten as a whole grain, or as flour used to make injera bread. Notably nutritious! “You can use teff flour in place of wheat flour in numerous dishes, such as pancakes, cookies, cakes, muffins, and bread, as well as gluten-free egg noodles.” Etc.
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It does produce seed but they are tiny, and it doesn't reseed itself. The article has been updated; thanks for the heads up!