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AAC Azimuth hulless barley
- Choo, T. M., ter Beek, S. M., Martin, R. A., Rowsell, J., Frégeau-Reid, J.
- Canadian journal of plant science 2013 v.93 no.4 pp. 755-757
- Barley yellow dwarf virus, Fusarium head blight, Hordeum vulgare, barley, breeding, cultivars, deoxynivalenol, feed barley, Ontario
- Choo, T. M., ter Beek, S. M., Martin, R. A., Rowsell, J. and Frégeau-Reid, J. 2013. AAC Azimuth hulless barley. Can. J. Plant Sci. 93: 755–757. AAC Azimuth is a six-row spring feed barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivar developed by the Eastern Canada Barley Breeding Group, Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada. It has high yield, high test weight, high seed weight, resistance to scald and barley yellow dwarf virus, and it accumulates low concentrations of deoxynivalenol in response to Fusarium head blight infection. AAC Azimuth performs well in the province of Ontario.