AEGIC webinar offers first engagement with China on malting varieties in more than a year

Shannon Beattie
By Shannon Beattie
June 21 2022 - 9:30pm
According to a webinar hosted for China by AEGIC, Maximus barley will make up 25pc of the national crop by 2024. Photo by Geoffrey Fisher, south east Corrigin.

A GLIMMER of hope has emerged for Australia's stagnant barley trade with China, after the Australian Export Grains Innovation Centre (AEGIC) hosted a webinar in Mandarin and English to provide the country with information on the quality of its malting barley.

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