grain sorghum


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In the present study, the application drought stress was severe enough to cause a tremendous reduction in grain yield (ton/ha) of the grain sorghum genotypes used in this study (Table 2).
They spent more than two decades growing wheat, grain sorghum and corn in the Panhandle.
Grain sorghum is a significant crop in North America because it can tolerate growing conditions not suitable for other crops.
Sorghum midge Contarinia sorghicola (Coquillett) (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), a common pest of grain sorghum worldwide, was not observed in any of the cultivars during this trial.
Although perennial grains do not, for the most part, currently exist, technologies are available to create perennial versions of rice, maize, wheat, sunflowers, and grain sorghum.
A statement by the US Grains Council says it is looking to open the Egyptian market to non-tannin grain sorghum.
LabLab PLUS yields beans, peas and grain sorghum in the fall.
A vessel headed for the North African country earlier this week carrying 25,000 tons of grain sorghum.
The better strains currently produce about 40% of the grain yield of their annual grain sorghum parents, and their seed is about half the size of grain sorghum's.
3) Evolved Harvest's Maximize contains Forage Soybeans, Grain Sorghum, Ebony Peas, and Sunflowers.
The grain sorghum is grown in the United States, Africa, southern Europe, Central America and Southern Asia.
Last year, however, University of Nebraska researchers lowered non-HDL cholesterol in hamsters by as much as 69 percent over four weeks by adding a lipid extract of grain sorghum to their food.
In English Biennual Grain Sorghum Research and Utilization Conference.
According to RFA, the plant will process aproximately 15 million bushels of grain sorghum and corn into 40 million gallons of ethanol and approximately 125,000 tons of distillers grains annually.
In the interim, he spent 12 years farming wheat and grain sorghum and raising cattle and hogs in Nebraska before deciding to enter the nursing care field.