Fabian two-row winter barley
Z. Nesvadba, J. Špunar, M. Kadlíkováhttps://doi.org/10.17221/11/2013-CJGPBCitation:Nesvadba Z., Špunar J., Kadlíková M. (2013): Fabian two-row winter barley. Czech J. Genet. Plant Breed., 49: 175-177.
Fabian is a medium-late two-row feedin barley of winter habit developed at Agrotest Fyto, Ltd., Kroměříž, Czech Republic (breeders’ rights holder) and registered in the Czech Republic in 2011. In the Official Variety Trials it showed high grain yields under intensive growing conditions (104.5%) and medium yields under low input conditions (101.1%). Fabian has the highest cold hardiness of the registered two-row winter barleys and regenerates very well in the spring. Its resistance to powdery mildew is very high (score 8.2 on a 1–9 scale). It has medium plant height, moderate resistance to lodging and large yellow kernel. The spike is long and of medium density.Keywords:
cultivar description; Hordeum vulgare L.; powdery mildew resistance; winter hardiness