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Excerpt from A. A. Berry Seed Co., Clarinda, Iowa, 1902
This is a splendid variety of barley. We had great suc cess with it last year and were 'delighted With it, as our yield was good. It will stand the richest of land. It is the earliest barley known. If sown as early as spring wheat can be sown it will ripen with us about the last 01 June or first of July. The straw is about the height of common barley, but better, and 'will stand up on any land. If the land and good season can produce 80 bushels per acre the straw can hold it up. Sow as early as you can; the frost does not hurt it. This barley has remained on land from harvest until spring and grew the next season and for two successive seasons. This barley will, if sown early, head two or three days later than winter rye and ripen four or five days before the rye.
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bound: 72 pages
publisher: Forgotten Books (May 22, 2017)
isbn: 0259893935, 978-0259893936,
weight: 3.8 ounces (