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Hybrid Barley

Hybrid Barley has become a popular choice with UK growers for delivering high yields of good quality feed barley. Our product portfolio ranges from top yielding varieties to exciting new varieties. Find out more information on each of the varieties below.

AHDB Recommended

SY THUNDERBOLT

The variety with consistently high regional yields.

AHDB Recommended

SY KINGSTON

A strong performer for the North, West, and on light land.

SY KINGSBARN
AHDB Recommended

SY KINGSBARN

The high-performing all-rounder.

SY ARMADILLO

Great choice for the North with exceptional Rhynchosporium resistance.

Belmont
AHDB Recommended

BELMONT

Proven track record of high performance on farm.

Hyvido
AHDB Recommended

BAZOOKA

Strong grass weed suppression and wet weather disease resistance.

AHDB Recommended

BELFRY

High yielding, resilient, and easy to manage.

SY BARACOODA

SY BARACOODA

The high yielding variety for all regions.

LIBRA

Exceptional grain quality.

The Roche Approach

For in-season agronomy advice and variety updates on Hybrid Barley, watch our Roche Approach playlists with Paul Roche, Seeds Technical Manager.

Meet the breeder - James Wroth

“I began working in Barley in 1999 and have remained here ever since then. I am currently focused on Hybrid Barley breeding for UK, Ireland, Scandinavia, Benelux, North France & North Germany, all of which make climatic variability, maintaining competitive yield performance & lowering seed production costs with better genetics very real challenges. The varied tasks, the people and being outside make all of it worth it! ”

James Wroth

Hybrid Barley Germination

Sampling over-yeared seed

Sampling seed in the right way is important to ensure you get a representative sample to send off for analysis. Click below to find out more.        

Storing & using over-yeared seed

Storing treated seed in an optimal way will ensure that the seed is in the best condition when it comes to drilling next season. Click below to find out how best to store your seed and how to calculate your amended seed rate.