(Hordeum vulgare); 6-rowed; Heritage - Centennial; Landrace; Hulled; Awned; Fall-planted
A landrace originally collected in the spring of 1910 in Tiflis, Caucasus near Tbilisi Georgia, Black Russian Barley is historically grown as a winter feed grain for horses. Plants tiller productively and tolerate moderate weed pressure. Straw is strong. With its awns, black hulls, and purple tinged stalks, Black Russian Barley is highly ornamental.
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