Alestar barley is a Domestic Malt profile barley with medium maturity, 5 days earlier than Gairdner. Maturity is very similar to Commander and Compass. In South West Victoria Alestar out yields Westminster in higher rainfall zones, Alestar yields above or similar to Commander in other regions of Victoria and South East South Australia. Alestar has high test weight, low screenings and a bright grain colour. Alestar has resistance to covered Smut and is MR to Nematode (P.neglectus) and Nematode (P.thornei)
RGT Planet barley is a new high yielding spring barley being introduced into Australia. It has a strong agronomic package that combined with its yield potential will make it an economic option for Australian barley growers. Currently undergoing malt classification evaluation.
Rosalind barley is an exceptionally high yielding, broadly adapted, mid maturing feed barley.
Highest yielding barley variety in 2014 NVT nationally
Broadly adapted, mid-maturing feed barley
Ideally suited to environments where yield and yield stability is the top priority
Best performance observed with a May sowing
Good net form of net blotch and leaf rust resistance
Good straw strength and head retention
Spartacus CL barley is an early maturing, potential malting barley and has a similar maturity to La Trobe. Providing a robust disease resistance profile, including resistance to CCN, Spartacus CL is ideally suited to low to medium rainfall regions of Australia.
Westminster barley offers growers and end users a unique combination of high yielding, outstanding disease resistance and valuable agronomic benefits.
All these attributes together results in a unique variety that offers a great deal of added value, as it is not only consistently high yielding, but is also simple to grow.
Fully Malt accrediated with Barley Australia
High yileding potential malt barley
Ideally suited to the high rainfall southern zone
Excellent all round disease resistance
Superior scald resistance compared to most current commercial varieties
Bottler barley is a mid season maturity, high fermentability malting type barley with medium height straw. Bottler has shown adaptability to a range of HRZ and MRZ environments and has proven high yield potential. It exhibits resistance to Powdery Mildew and Net Form of Net Blotch (2017).
More information on Bottler barley will be coming soon.
Oxford barley is a top-yielding feed barley with broad adaptability & excellent resistance to lodging. It is a short-strawed, medium-long season variety that is photoperiod sensitive; remaining in a vegetative state during the peak frost periods, while responding to increasing day length in late September/early October. It responds well to early planting and is suitable for main season planting.
One of the highest yield varieties in NVT trials 2010/2011
A medium-late maturity barley with high yield potential, wide adaptation and excellent resistance to lodgin
Similar in maturity to Gairdner; large kernal size with good head retention
Resistant to Powdery Mildew and Leaf Rust
Moderate resistance to Net Form Net Blotch