Opportunities expand for Black Barley Australia’s ancient variety
Farm Weekly, Other, 04/04/2022, Shannon Beattie
A rare, hull-less ancient grain that not only has impressive nutritional and environmental benefits, but also looks incredibly aesthetically pleasing on a plate. They are the reasons why Roger Duggan started growing black barley six years ago and despite two droughts and a pandemic, the venture has gone from strength-to-strength. […] That includes a collaboration with Limeburners, a miso trial and a few other value-add projects, including with CSIRO.
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