Roseland hulless food barley

A. Badea, M. Therrien and O. Lukow, 2017, Roseland hulless food barley, Canadian Journal of Plant Science, 97: 939-942, 10.1139/cjps-2016-0394

Abstract

Roseland is a two-row spring hulless food barley (Hordeum vulgare L. f. sp. nuda) cultivar developed at the Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada Brandon Research and Development Centre, Brandon, MB. It is adapted across all regions of western Canada. Roseland has improved lodging resistance, higher test weight and threshability than check cultivar Millhouse and similar flour quality characteristics to Falcon barley. Roseland is resistant to several important barley diseases, including stem rust (Rpg1 gene) and surface-borne smuts.

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