SPRING BARLEY



BOWERS SPRING BARLEY
The need for a high yielding spring feed barley for Michigan is filled by Bowers, named in recognition of the late Gail Bowers, former County Extension Director of Menominee County. Bowers is a medium maturing variety with good lodging resistance, resistance to mildew, stem rust, spot blotch, and net blotch.
GROWERCOUNTYACRESPHONE
Harrington Seeds, Inc.Tuscola20989-868-4750
Hauck Seed FarmIsabella56989-644-2268
Penzein, DavidLapeer36810-724-0021
Zmitko, GeorgeShiawassee31989-723-1886


CONLON SPRING BARLEY
(Protected Variety)
Conlon is a specialty two rowed malting barley with large plump kernels. Conlon is resistant to powdery mildew and net blotch.
GROWERCOUNTYACRESPHONE
C3 Seeds, Carl WagnerBerrian17269-362-2059
Lauwers FarmsLapeer33810-614-8370


ND GENSIS SPRING BARLEY
(Protected Variety)
ND Gensis is a two-rowed spring barley with medium straw strength, medium late maturity, very high grain yields and an excellent disease package. ND Genesis has large, plump kernels and good malt extract values.
GROWERCOUNTYACRESPHONE
Lauwers FarmsLapeer30810-614-8370


ODYSSEY SPRING BARLEY
Odyssey is a two-rowed spring barley with late maturity, good lodging resistance, and an excellent disease package. Odyssey has very high grain yields showing consistency over years and regions. Odyssey has good grain characteristics and is approved for brewing and distilling.
GROWERCOUNTYACRESPHONE
Schmidt Farms of AuburnBay9989-529-8829


PINNACLE SPRING BARLEY
(Protected Variety)
Pinnacle is a two-rowed malting barley developed by the North Dakota Ag Experiment Station. Pinnacle has a white hull and smooth awns. It is resistant to spot blotch. Pinnacle has high yield potential and excellent straw strength. Pinnacle has excellent quality and is an approved malting type barley.
GROWERCOUNTYACRESPHONE
C3 Seeds, Carl WagnerBerrian17269-362-2059
Lauwers FarmsLapeer24810-614-8370
Schmidt Farms of AuburnBay30989-529-8829

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