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AAC Goldman barley
- Legge, W.G., Badea, A., Tucker, J.R., Fetch, T.G., Banik, M., Haber, S., Menzies, J.G., Tekauz, A., Turkington, T.K., Martin, R.A., Choo, T.M., Blackwell, B.A., Savard, M.E.
- Canadian journal of plant science 2018 v.98 no.5 pp. 1203-1211
- Hordeum vulgare, barley, brewing industry, cultivars, deoxynivalenol, disease resistance, malting, malting barley, malting quality, spring, Canada
- AAC Goldman is a hulled, two-row, spring, malting barley (Hordeum vulgare L.) cultivar widely adapted to western Canada. It was developed from the cross TR04282/Newdale made in 2002 and was evaluated in the Western Cooperative Two-row Barley Registration Test (2010–2011) as well as the Collaborative Malting Barley Trials (2011–2012) conducted by the malting and brewing industry before being registered in 2018. AAC Goldman has a desirable combination of agronomic, malting quality, and disease resistance traits including low deoxynivalenol content.