The Life Cycle of Barley
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Barley is a plant belonging to the grass family. Barley is widely used to make cereals, beer, whiskey and ale. It is also used to feed farm animals. Barley proves itself a tolerant plant in its life cycle.
Barley grows in more regions than any other cereal plant. The most common places to grow barley in the United States are North Dakota, Washington, Montana and Idaho.
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