Hooded atlas barley: Studies indicate development of hooded barley competitive with awned doubtful
AuthorsCoit A. Suneson
Burt J. Hoyle
Authors AffiliationsCoit A. Suneson is Associate in Agronomy, University of California, Davis; Burt J. Hoyle is Superintendent of the Tulelake Field Station, University of California, Tulelake.
Hilgardia 12(7):11-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v012n07p11. July 1958.
Dual-purpose — hay and grain — Hooded Atlas barley was created from a lineage of about 5,000 plants grown during an 18-year period.
Suneson C, Hoyle B. 1958. Hooded atlas barley: Studies indicate development of hooded barley competitive with awned doubtful. Hilgardia 12(7):11-11. DOI:10.3733/ca.v012n07p11
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