Barley

Embark on successful barley farming with the help of these articles. From preparation and sowing to growing, harvesting, and storage, discover tips for robust yields and sustainable practices.

barley growing in a field

Nutrient requirements and pH levels for growing barley

Barley, a versatile cereal grain, serves as a staple food and plays a significant role in various industries, including brewing and animal feed production. To ensure robust growth and maximum yield, getting your nutrient requirements and pH levels for barley near to optimum is essential. It goes without saying, that you will need to do […]

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barley growing in our field

Choosing the ideal sowing rate for barley

The ideal sowing rate for barley typically ranges between 100 to 200 kilograms per hectare (kg/ha), depending on various factors such as soil type, climate, barley variety, and desired yield. In optimal conditions, a sowing rate of around 150 kg/ha is commonly recommended for most barley varieties. However, it’s essential to adjust the sowing rate

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A field of our winter wheat a few weeks after sowing

How to Choose Between Sowing Spring or Winter Barley: points to consider

When it comes to choosing between sowing spring or winter barley, there are several factors to consider. Both types of barley have their own unique benefits and drawbacks, and the decision ultimately comes down to your weather and soil conditions. One of the main differences between spring and winter barley is their growing season. Winter

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