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Causes and control of gape, splitting and skinning in grains of malting spring barley.

HGCA.

Causes and control of gape, splitting and skinning in grains of malting spring barley.

by HGCA.

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Published by HGCA in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Barley.,
  • Grain.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesHGCA Project Report -- no.298
    ContributionsHoad, S.P., Ellis, R.P., Cochrane, M.P., Thomas, W.T.B., Wilson, G., Rajasekaran, P., Froment, M., South, J.B., Cranstoun, D.A.S.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18958753M

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Causes and control of gape, splitting and skinning in grains of malting spring barley by HGCA. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Malting barley grain that is damaged by gape, splitting or skinning presents product and processing problems and puts a grower's malting quality premium at risk.

Split grain may be rejected for use in both the UK and for export. Gape, splitting and skinning were defined to assist in the development of assessment procedures within the malting industry and in variety testing. Splitting and skinning reduce malt production efficiency by adversely affecting germination and starch modification.

Defective grains may be attacked by micro-organisms and affect brewery filtration. Splitting in the field causes pre-harvest conversion of starch to sugar,reducing potential malt extract levels and spirit yield. The industry has a low tolerance for splitting.

Gape and skinning are. The current study investigated use of a controlled misting environment to simulate field conditions that have been implicated in high levels of the malting barley defect, grain skinning.

More than spring barley varieties were assessed to identify those varieties that were particularly resistant or susceptible to the by: 5.

malting process. It is best to leave maltsters to manage both dormant and water-sensitive grain. Percentage germination can change from harvest onwards. Dormancy break increases percentage germination but loss of viability decreases it Drying, cooling and storage Drying and storage are crucial to ensuring good germination in malting barley.

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P., Ellis R. P., Cochrane M. P., Thomas W. Although there is very little scientific literature on the causes of grain skinning in barley, anecdotal evidence from field observations and the malting industry in the UK and Germany suggest that some weather patterns (e.g.

changes in atmospheric humidity or intermittent wet and dry weather) may increase the risk of by: 7. Technical Paper 2: Causes of Gape, Splitting and Skinning in Grains of Malting Barley: Genetic Investiga-tions, Report96— Home-Grown Cereals Authority A simple sequence repeat-based.

Light, sandy soils in the subhumid and semi-arid regions often produced drought stress of plants, resulting in low yields. The fertility level of the soil is extremely important for malting barley and will be discussed in a subsequent section. Most of the malting barley in the United States is spring by:   Barley ripens sooner than wheat; spring-planted barley ripens in 60 to 70 days, fall-planted barley about 60 days after spring growth begins.

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The caryopses of barley become firmly adhered to the husk during grain development through a cuticular cementing layer on the caryopsis surface. The degree of this attachment varies among cultivars, with poor quality adhesion causing “skinning”, an economically significant grain quality defect for the malting industry.

Malting cultivars encompassing a range of husk adhesion qualities Cited by: 1. Good malting requires plump, even sized corns, which must be covered by an even husk without gape or splitting. Water uptake into the grain must be at an even rate and amount; to ensure that germination all takes place at the same time and with equal vigour.

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