Ok so some years ago i used straw as mulch and there was some seedlings which i saved to grow. The thing is, however, is that it has a tight husk, 6 rows, long and flat awns, the seedheads lean little or none, and a healthy plant should be over 3 feet in height. Only two grains have a tight husk and is over 3 feet tall, emmer and barley. I cant find good information as to how tall barley is, and the height is definitely right on with emmer. What could it be?
Skandi Rogers wrote:3 ft and 6 row would suggest barley.
Well last year, the plants where all 3.5-4 feet tall. I made a mistake of planting it int the same place, so only some reach that height. The HEALTHY one are AT LEAST 3 feet tall. Oh by the way, they have 5 or 6 leaves each tiller, occasionally 4 or 7.