Current and Completed Research

2015

Collaborative agreement on barley breeding research

January 2015-December 2019

SaskBarley investment: $450,000

Project overview and objectives

FHB screening of CDC barley selections, 2016-2020

November 2015-November 2020

SaskBarley investment: $150,000

Project overview and objectives

2016

Control of Japanese brome in barley

May 2016 – December 2018

SaskBarley investment: $55,172.40

Project overview and objectives

Analysis of transcript abundance in two-row malting barley on interaction with Fusarium graminearum chemotypes and its potential application in barley breeding

July 2016-June 2017

SaskBarley investment: $10,000

Project overview

Adoption of new malt barley varieties by malt barley exporters

November 2016-May 2017

SaskBarley investment: $7,500

Final report

2017

Optimizing ruminal fermentation using silage and cereal grain inclusion strategies for backgrounding and finishing steers

April 2017 – March 2019

SaskBarley investment: $21,000

Project overview

Germplasm and variety development of barley for Alberta and Western Canada

June 2017-July 2018

SaskBarley investment: $10,000

Project overview and objectives

Reducing deoxynivalenol (DON) in fusarium infected barley on farm through sorting, physical and chemical treatments

June 2017-May 2018

SaskBarley investment: $25,000

 Project objectives

Strategies to mitigate the negative effect of feeding deoxynivalenol (DON) contaminated grains to swine

Ends July 2020

SaskBarley investment: $45,000

Project objectives

Development of market opportunities for new Canadian malting barley varieties in Colombia, Peru, Ecuador

2017-December 2018

SaskBarley investment: $20,000

Project overview

Study of the Effects of Fusarium on Malt Quality and DON Formation During Malting Process

2017-December 2018

SaskBarley investment: $15,000

Project overview

Study of Beer Flavour Contributed by Barley Varieties

2017-December 2018

SaskBarley investment: $5,000

Project overview

Screening new Canadian Malting Barley Varieties for Dimethyl Sulfide (DMS ) and its precursor S-Methylmethionine (DMSP)

2017-December 2018

SaskBarley investment: $25,000

Project overview