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    Besides green browse for deer, grain be-comes available to songbirds by mid summer, and provides fall roosting sites for pheasants. Environmental conditions favorable for disease development are extended periods of hot (75 to 85 degrees F), humid weather. Washington, D.C.). That share is expected to grow well beyond 10 percent in the future, and a 25 percent or larger share in 25 years is not out of the question. Higher extract percentages are favorable to brewers because it is the extract that gives the final product its flavor, foam and color. Important management considerations for disease control are crop rotation, residue management, fungicide seed treatment and selection of disease-resistant varieties. Michigan’s craft brewers are very interested in sourcing local products to use in brewing, as evidenced by the establishment of a significant hop industry locally as well as the use of many other locally produced agricultural products such as fruits, herbs, vegetables, honey and sugar. High yielding feed barley varieties that can favourably compete in the rotation have led to a 4% increase in the area of winter barley grown in England and Wales in 2015. Planting dates - Winter barley was planted at four dates in two-week intervals from early-September to mid-October. The average harvest date for barley on these sites was June 26 (range of June 25 to June 29). As interest in local malt grows, we can anticipate seeing a shift in that barley usage. Winter barley would be a good species to blend with other winter cereals in a mixture to increase the overall forage quality as they begin to mature in the spring. Over time, as large-scale industrial breweries and their products have become more homogeneous, so, too, has malt, supplying the demand for a more consistent flavor. Begin Most; active j End and counties New York : Fall 13sown Spring sown : Sept. 1 - 15Sept. Barley has long been recognized as the first cultivated and domesticated grain in the world, dating back more than 10,000 years. Although barley likely arrived in America with the first settlers, its main introduction from Europe was along the eastern seaboard in the early 17th century. Jeffrey W. Dwyer, Director, MSU Extension, East Lansing, MI 48824. Winter Cereals. Therefore, a producer would have to receive a price of $6.50 to $7 per bushel to break even. (See Extension bulletin E2904, “Nutrient Recommendations for Field Crops in Michigan,” for further information on acceptable levels of soil phosphorus and potassium. In addition to the main stem, tillers will arise until stem elongation, which is initiated after several days of warm temperatures. Machinery and other input costs are based on 2014 MSU Extension estimates. When grown for silage or hay, barley is planted between September 15 and September 30. Malt bagged and ready for brewing at the Pilot Malthouse in Jenison, MI. It reduces yield by causing sterile florets and shriveled kernels. Scouting barley fields throughout the growing season allows early identification of disease and subsequent timely control. The barley plant (Figure 7) goes through three main growth stages: tillering, stem elongation and heading. USDA Miscellaneous Publication No. The Brewers Association has identified this as a mismatch for the craft brewing industry and potentially an impediment for growth. Michigan ranks last (tied with Kansas) for 2014 prospective acreage in a listing of 22 barley-producing states, with virtually all of Michigan’s 10,000 acres grown as feed-grade barley. Factors that may affect placement of barley within an existing crop rotation are the previous crop grown, previous herbicide used and pest history – weed, disease and insect pressure. Lower Kolbac index (ratio of soluble protein to total protein, or S/T). Following best management practices for controlling both disease and fertility in your stand is critical. Our archive hosts data published since 2002. Figure 5. Winter barley trials harvest 2021 Candidate varieties me Variety ID Yield treated (T) ) s) Lodging % (T) T) Height (cm) /- KWS Orwell) –9) Brown rust (1–9) 9) ) BaYMV Variety type kg/hl) Specialist category ct Control varieties Funky MH08KU37 2807 104 89 [3] 15 89 -2 5 7 7 5 R 6-row 68.9 - KWS UK The product, at this point known as green malt, is then kiln-dried, which ends germination. For more specific insect information, please visit www.msuent.com. Winter barley for grain is planted between October 1 and October 15 in Kentucky. Historically, craft brewers have primarily used two row (left) barley varieties and large breweries have favored six row (right) barley varieties. Small, domestic craft brewers have seen a dramatic reemergence in the past 30 years, with the number of these breweries growing from virtually none to more than 2700 in 2013. Utilized as a winter annual, barley can grow a deep fibrous rooting system reach over 6' into the soil profile compared to spring barley which has a much shallower root systems. Figure 4. Average yield of spring barley variety trials conducted from 2008 to 2011 (four years), including malting and feed barley varieties – 56 bushels per acre (high - 80 bu/acre; low - 40 bu/acre). Barley – the most widely adapted cereal grain in the world – is an ancient crop that has been used for thousands of years for feed, food and production of beer. Planting certified seed is the first step in producing quality malting barley. The difference between a sufficient amount of nitrogen for barley yield and growth and a nitrogen rate that leads to high crude protein levels within the grain is quite minute. Shipping costs from outside the state will add to seed costs. Access to high-quality barley is a major limiting factor to malthouse growth in-state. FHB is a fungal disease that infects the plant’s flowers. It may also result in increased incidence of disease because dense leaf canopies inhibit air movement across the leaf surface, increase leaf wetness and provide a climate conducive for plant disease. This information is for educational purposes only. In 2013, although craft brewers only held 7.8% of the market share of beer purchased, they used over 25% of the total malt used for all beer production. Great Basin & Pacific Northwest: Spring barley is planted from March 15–April 30, and winter barley is planted from September 1–October 15. Certified seed of desirable malting barley varieties is not currently being produced in Michigan (Figure 18). Winter barley sowing list (pdf) Spring barley. Over the last century, barley production in Michigan has declined greatly. Madison, Wis.: American Society of Agronomy, 1985. Barley destined to become beer is put through a process called malting, which essentially germinates and then dries the grain to prevent further development. Trials were sown between 15 September and 10 October at six trial sites across the UK. UPREC Fertility Trial Results, 2013, Amount of nitrogen applied per acre (pounds) and type (grade), Generally, Michigan soils will contain adequate levels of phosphorus and potassium for malting barley production. Releases of beneficial parasitoids in the ‘60s and ‘70s helped reduce the severity of damage to crops, but severe CLB feeding was found in 2013 at UPREC. Both the adult beetles and their larvae feed on barley leaves, with larvae causing the more serious damage. Malting varieties should beat least provisionally approved by the Malting Barley Committee ( MBC ) to ensure marketability, or grown on a named variety contract. Barley production, improvement, and uses. Figure 20. Soil texture is very important to the performance of barley. Barley’s ability to adapt to diverse growing conditions has led to its successful establishment throughout the world. At least one of these purchasers, Busch Agricultural Resources, LLC, uses an E-auction process. Therefore, a producer would have to receive a price of $7 to $7.50 per bushel to break even. Winter barley is planted in the fall, and resumes growth early in the spring and generally matures one to two weeks before spring-planted barleys. The craft brewing industry has expressed strong interest in sourcing local inputs for locally crafted beers (Figure 20). As new varieties were introduced from regions throughout the globe, barley production also sprouted in the American Southwest, California and the Pacific Northwest. Quality barley grain is necessary to ensure quality malt. Figure 14. If barley does not meet standards for malting, the grain harvested will need to be sold as feed grain, with a substantial reduction in value. A recent national trend toward sourcing food locally has impacted many sectors of food and agriculture, including beer production. Growing malting barley after corn can lead to an increase in Fusarium head blight, more commonly known as head scab (explained later in this text) because corn stover hosts Fusarium spores and so increases the likelihood of barley contracting this fungal disease. The previous crop was corn grain (to induce heavy disease pressure). Barley is the only cereal that can be grown at extreme latitudes, including Alaska (64 degrees N), Finland (67 degrees N) and Norway (70 degrees N). A special thanks to the Michigan Brewers Guild for supporting our work in the quest for the all-Michigan beer. We found a similar trend in yield in our trial in Lancaster last year. The growth of Michigan’s breweries reflects the national trend but is even more dramatic, with growth rates in excess of 20 percent in recent years and more breweries planning to open. Barley sufficient in Nitrogen (right) is evidenced by consistent, deep green vegetation. Nitrogen is the most limiting nutrient in barley production, however, care must be taken when the grain intended for the production of malt (Figure 12). It is very important to protect the flag leaf. Neate, S. and McMullen, M. Barley Disease Handbook. Protein levels in barley grain range from 10 percent to 15 percent and are heavily affected by crop management. “But it has produced good samples at 14-15% moisture with specific weights between 61kg/hl and 64kg/hl,” he says. Winter barleys should be planted only in the southern half of Michigan, where winter temperatures are less extreme. Finally, thank you to everyone at the North Dakota State University Institute of Malt and Barley Sciences for the technical support and guidance you have provided. The length of the kilning period depends on the desired flavor and color of the malt product. Other varieties and sowing dates may reach key ), Effective weed control in barley is vital to optimize yield potential. The 8,000 acres of barley harvested in Michigan last year, primarily went to animal fee. The first flowers to open are often in the upper-middle portion of the head, and flowering proceeds up and down from the initial blossoms. Another consideration is planting date. Figure 6. Early August. Research at the UPREC has shown that certain fungicides sprayed at heading effectively reduce FHB (Table 3). Two of the cooperators also had Scala two-row barley planted in adjacent fields. Table 3. Full crop protection and lodging control were applied to minimise potential crop losses. Yields have been variable ranging from 2.5t/ac to slightly over 4t/ac. Nationally, 55 percent to 60 percent of barley goes to feed and is cracked, ground or rolled before being fed to livestock (Figure 2). Manual of the grasses of the United States. Spikelet number per head is determined by the six-leaf stage (refer to Feekes scale), and high temperatures during this physiological process will reduce yield. Fusarium head blight (FHB) is the most devastating in barley produced for malt though decreases in yield and quality.a. The germination process produces two enzymes – alphaamylase and beta-amylase – which hydrolyze starches to dextrins and fermentable sugars, necessary components of the brewing process. Using average yields of barley variety trials conducted at the Michigan State University Research and Extension Center in Michigan’s central Upper Peninsula, the following examples can be calculated using the establishment costs in Table 1: Leaf diseases – bacterial blight, Septoria blotch, powdery mildew. Continuous small grain production is not recommended because of the increased incidence of plant disease, insects and certain weeds. It prefers well-drained, fertile loam or clay loam soils. This year has had great corn yields and above average precipitation in some areas. Plant fall seeded varieties where the crop can survive the winter, since yields are usually 30 to 35 percent higher than spring seeded canola. Figure 7. The Michigan craft brewing industry has seen tremendous growth, with more than 150 craft breweries now operating in the state and more slated to open in the future (Figure 4). Figure 18. Although there is a wide spectrum of barley types, this text will focus on Hordeum vulagre L., the commonly cultivated species that dominates … The most severe disease in barley is Fusarium head blight (FHB), also known as scab (Figure 17). Finally, if craft beer captures 20 percent of U.S. beer consumption, it is estimated that those brewers will use over 51 percent of the malt supply. Large breweries throughout the nation tend to favor six-row varieties, and craft brewers primarily use two-row varieties for their base malt. Most barley straw is baled up and carted away pretty quickly leaving good surfaces for landings. FHB can also lead to the development of mycotoxins in the kernels – most importantly, deoxynivalenol (DON), which makes the grain unsuitable for both human and animal consumption. Our appreciation also goes out to reviewers James DeDecker and Martin Nagelkirk. United States Department of Agriculture, National Agricultural Statistics Service. org/attachments/0001/4752/Malting_Barley_ Characteristics_For_Craft_Brewers.pdf. Many times during this month the dry desert winds would blow in for three days at a time, melting the snow, and quickening the vegetation. This was called the month of flowers, and it was the greenest and considered the most beautiful of all the months. September 30 Sales Closing Date California (Winter & Spring Types), Colorado (Spring Types), Idaho (Winter & Spring Types), Oregon (Winter & Spring Types) & Washington (Winter & Spring Types) CBOT: September Corn: $5.67/bushel: Barley October 31 Sales Closing Date Nevada (Winter & Spring Types) & Utah (Winter & Spring Types) CBOT: September Corn: $2.66/bushel The process by which barley is converted into a usable form for brewing is called malting (Figure 3.). While the major domestic brewers have seen steady declines, American craft breweries have realized continued growth – including 18 percent in 2013 – averaging more than 10 percent over the past decade nationally. up-to-date crop husbandry information to adjust management and maximise the return from a crop. One insect that may prove to be a severe problem is the cereal leaf beetle (CLB) (Figure 14). A. Early planting is also instrumental in successful weed control – it allows the barley to germinate earlier than many annual weeds and compete more effectively. According to American Malting Barley Association standards, acceptable protein levels for two-row barley are less than 13 percent, and for six-row varieties, less than 13.5 percent. It is advisable to be conservative on nitrogen application rather than risk over application. Minnesota cash elevator prices for open market malting barley were in the neighborhood of $4.50 per bushel in December 2013. Although there is a wide spectrum of barley types, this text will focus on Hordeum vulagre L., the commonly cultivated species that dominates global production (Figure 1). During stem elongation, the internodes of the stem stretch (Figure 9). Industry contract prices were in the range of $6.30 to $6.90 per bushel in 2013. Because of increased yields, however, domestic production of barley (in bushels) is down only 36 percent since 1984. The barley seed will germinate after it imbibes water and expands. An adventitious root system is developed during the tillering stage. Weed seed may also contaminate the grain at harvest and decrease the crop’s value. Armyworm is another insect pest that may be of concern (Figure 16). The fact that a substantial barley crop was once realized in our state provides hope for the future. Indeed, the craft beer industry is now a primary driver of growth in the nation’s beer industry, accounting for nearly 8 percent of U.S. beer sales in 2013. Entering your postal code will help us provide news or event updates for your area. Good seed-to-soil contact will increase water imbibition and promote germination. This beetle was discovered in Michigan in 1962. Pollen can be sterilized by high temperatures. Weed pressure will depend on several factors – the weed history of the field, weed seed infestation levels and the efficacy of fall control measures. Date of planting has a significant impact on the development and yield potential of barley. JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. Barley is also susceptible to various other diseases that may attack the roots, stems or leaves, including: The use of a fungicide at heading has the added benefit of providing protection against the fungal leaf diseases, including the rust and leaf spot diseases. 1950. Several plant diseases are detrimental to barley yield and quality. Temperature, water and nutrients play an important role in determining spikelet size and floret number. Infected grain kernels are commonly called tombstones and can appear shriveled, discolored, and will have a low test weight.c. Surface. Since winter barley is less winter hardy than winter wheat, winter survival is poor in most locations in Area 1. Winter barley is slightly hardier than oats and winterkills when temperatures drop below zero. The economic threshold is defined as the number of insects or extent of damage at which some sort of control action should be taken to prevent an economic loss. Note: Links are added as soon as data is available. FHB is spread by spores from hosts containing inoculum, such as infected small grain or corn residue. The spores are either carried by the wind or splashed onto the barley seed head by rain. Barley was instrumental in the development of agriculture and currently is the fifth most important grain crop worldwide ( http://www.fao.org/faostat/en/#home ). The 4-H Name and Emblem have special protections from Congress, protected by code 18 USC 707. Nitrogen sources used were urea and Environmentally Smart Nitrogen (ESN). Most of Busch’s contracts are filled this way; the remainder through the traditional contract program. To produce all-malt brands, craft brewers seek barley malts with: To learn more about the demand for malting barley and a diverse malt market by the craft brewing industry refer to “Malting Barley Characteristics for Craft Brewers,” created by the Brewers Association, at https://www.brewersassociation. Rasmusson, D. C. Barley. Once again, refer to your soil test results and amend the soil as needed. Figure 1. With the closure of Stroh’s Brewery in 1985, in-state markets for malting barley all but dried up (Figure 6). The larvae feed on vegetative material between the veins of the leaf, down to the outer cuticle. Certified seed is not currently being produced in Michigan, but there are sources in other Midwest states. Winter malting barley should be seeded between September 10 and 20 in Area 1, between September 15 and 25 in Area 2, and between September 30 and October 5 in Area 3 (see Figure 1). The lack of infrastructure and experience in marketing malting barley in Michigan explains this statistic. To be competitive with other common grains and commodity crops, price premiums must be high enough to make malting barley attractive to farmers. Figure 10. Throughout the first half of the 20th century, it was not uncommon for Michigan to harvest more than 100,000 acres of barley annually, and at times upwards of 300,000 acres were harvested (Figure 5). Research by the Upper Peninsula Research and Extension Center (UPREC) in Chatham, Michigan, has shown that 60 to 80 pounds of available nitrogen per acre is a reasonable amount to apply when barley follows corn (Table 1). Author: Only 3 million of those acres were harvested in the United States, which was nearly half of the 30- year national average (1984-2013, 5.9 million acres). Overall, the potential acreage of malting barley needed to supply part of the demand from the craft brewing industry is small compared with acreage of major commodity crops such as corn, soybeans and wheat. Since the 1950s, however, barley acreage has steadily declined. Use your estimated expenses to prepare a budget tailored to your farm, not all inputs are needed in every operation. Understanding Crop Growth and development The information presented on pages 3-13 of this guide is based on data collected from ‘Quench’ spring barley crops grown and frequently monitored at sites in Cork, Carlow and Wexford This page features results from the current harvest year (2020/21). Craft beer volume in 2013 accounted for 7.8 percent of the total market share but consumed over 25 percent of the malt. At a 10 percent market share, which is attainable in the near future, craft brewers will then use 31 percent of all malt consumed by U.S. brewers. Winter barley will usually fare better than spring barley in drought years, but it can also suffer significant winter injury. Figure 21. The closure of Stroh's Brewery in 1958 had a major impact on malting barley infrastructure in the state of Michigan. These varieties may be harmed by late spring frosts. Hordeum vulgare L. (USDA-NRCS PLANTS Database/Hitchock, A.S. (rev. Soil sampling is always recommended to determine soil nutrient levels in your field and fertilizer needs. Even minute DON levels can lead to excessive foaming of beer and other quality issues. Barley can compensate for low stand density by increasing tiller number. Once the grain has reached the optimum moisture level, it is transferred to the malting or germination floor, where it is constantly turned over a four to five-day period to ensure consistent germination. 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