grain sorghum


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grain sorghum

[¦grān ′sȯr·gəm]
(botany)
Sorghum bicolor. A grass plant cultivated for its grain and to a lesser extent for forage. Also known as nonsaccharine sorghum.
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Action thresholds for fall armyworm on grain sorghum and coastal Bermuda grass.
Purification and properties of an oxalate oxidase from leaves of grain sorghum hybrid CSH-5.
For instance, its yield potential is approximately 65% to 70% that of a commercial grain sorghum hybrid.
Yield comparison of grain sorghum hybrids and their compatibility under Mashhad climate.
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He was named CEO of the National Grain Sorghum Producers Association in Lubbock, TX, and moved to Washington to serve as CEO of the National Association of Wheat Growers (NAWG) before joining ARA.
Grain sorghum is a rich source of phytochemicals that could potentially benefit human health.
They measured heat's effect on yields of rice, grain sorghum, kidney beans, soybeans, and peanuts grown at two levels of carbon dioxide--near ambient (350 parts per million, or ppm) and double ambient (700 ppm)--and at four maximum/minimum daily temperature cycles.
According to the paper, the "ethanol rally" is being sponsored by the Douglas County Farm Bureau, Kansas Agri-Women, the Kansas Corn Commission and the Grain Sorghum Commission.
There's not that much advantage to early harvesting of grain sorghum," Chapman says.
For best results, soak the whole grain overnight in cool water, then drain and cook 1 cup of sorghum in 3 cups of water -- 35 minutes for pearled sorghum and 45 minutes for whole grain sorghum.
Covered commodities include barley, canola, large and small chickpeas, corn, crambe, flaxseed, grain sorghum, lentils, mustard seed, oats, peanuts, dry peas, rapeseed, long grain rice, medium grain rice (which includes short grain rice), safflower seed, sesame, soybeans, sunflower seed and wheat.