barley

Barley Research

The American Malting Barley Association’s (AMBA) research grant program is directed at meeting its mission to encourage and support an adequate supply of high quality malting barley for the malting, brewing, distilling, and food industries and increase our understanding of malting barley, and AMBA’s vision to be the leader in improvement, development, and understanding of malting barley.  AMBA’s substantial support augments state and federal funds allocated for barley research.

The core of AMBA's research program is applied barley breeding and related support programs, including basic research. Other support is provided for research projects on diseases, insect pests, variety evaluation, production, management and malting quality.

Significant progress has been realized in the improvement of malting barley varieties as a result of the collaborative efforts of state and federal research facilities and industry partners.  At the same time, there is always the need for new varieties that reduce the risk to the grower, provide improved quality characteristics to the end-user, and remain competitive with other cropping options.

AMBA 2017-2018 Barley Research Grant Projects

AMBA 2016-2017 Barley Research Grant Projects

Upcoming Events
2017-10-02 08:00 am
Northern Crops Institute
Fargo, ND 58105
This 3.5 day short course is intended to provide an intensive overview of the many factors …
View All Events
News
2017-08-23
An article on the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences indicates that agriculture contributes almost as much to carbon loss as deforestation.  The full article can be found here. …
View All News
Press Releases
2017-05-18
Milwaukee, WI – May 18, 2017 – Congress sent the President a 2017 fiscal year budget that he signed on May 5, 2017.  Sometimes called an Omnibus because it contains a large …
View All Press Releases