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  • Growing barley in western Washington 

    Meints, Brigid M. A.; Brouwer, Brook, 1985-; Endelman, Jeffrey; Hayes, Patrick; Lyon, Steven R.; Jones, Stephen S. (Stephen Scott) (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2021-03)
    Barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) is a versatile, low-input grain which is grown as a part of diverse western Washington cropping systems. Due to the generally high rainfall and moderate temperatures in western Washington, yields ...
  • Growing winter malting barley west of the Cascades 

    Bramwell, Stephen, 1978-; Brouwer, Brook, 1985-; Mundt, Christopher C.; Hulting, Andrew Gerald; Hayes, Patrick; Murphy, Kevin (Kevin Matthew), 1972-; Meints, Brigid M. A.; MacLeod, Aaron; Carrijo, Daniela; Waite, Clinton; Fisk, S. (Scott P.); Verhoeven, B., (Betsy), 1984- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2021-04)
    Growing malting barley is increasingly being considered by farmers west of the Cascades to serve emerging craft brewing and distilling markets and to function as a rotation crop for horticultural crops, such as potatoes ...