Black Russian Barley
(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. With its awns and black hulls, Black Russian Barley is highly ornamental.
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