Opportunities expand for Black Barley Australia's ancient variety

By Shannon Beattie
Updated April 20 2022 - 2:04am, first published April 4 2022 - 11:00pm
Roger Duggan started growing black barley in 2016 after getting his hands on 160 grams of the ancient grain from university seed banks.

A RARE, hull-less ancient grain that not only has impressive nutritional and environmental benefits, but also looks incredibly aesthetically pleasing on a plate.

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