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In Amsterdam, Niloo finds refuge in Zakhmeh, a Persian squat filled with exiles who tell stories in their native Farsi, eat lemon-barley soup and protest Wilders’s nationalism.
Many problems boil down to unrealistic expectations within university technology transfer offices about the potential commercial value of new varieties, says Pat Hayes, a barley breeder at Oregon State University in Corvallis.
USDA estimates spring wheat production will be down 27 percent from last year; oats, barley, durum wheat and winter wheat also will be down dramatically.
The letter does not issue any new guidelines on gluten—proteins that occurs naturally in wheat, rye, and barley—but instead reminds bishops of earlier rules laid out by the Church.
Those homes are on land that once would have been Windisch's farm fields, where barley for Windisch-Muhlhauser beers likely grew.
There are many different kinds of grains, including wheat, barley, brown rice, buckwheat, rye, oats, etc.
On Mattelin’s 2,000-acre farm in Montana, which produces spring wheat, malting barley, peas, soybeans and sugar beets, the durum crops are stunted, thin and turning a shade of blue.
They're freshly baked each week and made with Alaska salmon and cod, and barley and vegetables grown in the Last Frontier.
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Origin and Etymology of barley
First Known Use: before 12th centurySee Words from the same year
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: a kind of grain used for food and to make beer and whiskey; also : the plant on which this grain grows
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