*This item is not for sale and listed as a plant library product for educational purposes only.
250 PLS lbs. per acre
Hordeum pusillum Nutt.
• Plant in late fall or early spring.
• Seed quality of Cibolo Germplasm averaged 50% PLS in seed increase fields.
• Potential seed yields per acre have been estimated at 250 PLS lbs. per acre per year on 36-inch bedded rows with a plant population of 14,000 plants per acre.
• Seed production fields of Cibolo Germplasm little barley are best started from greenhouse grown transplants, planted on bedded rows.
Cibolo Germplasm little barley is a is a tufted, cool-season annual with culms averaging 4-24 inches (10-60 cm) tall. Blades are 1.4-4.7 inches (3.5-12 cm) long and 0.1 inch (2-3.5 mm) wide lanceolate, flat, glabrous or pubescence. Spikes of Cibolo Germplasm are narrow and dense, 3-5 inches (7-12 cm) long. Cibolo Germplasm has approximately 193,000 seeds per pound. The seed head resembles other barley species, with seeds that readily adhere to clothing, and is known for its early spring green up.