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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2]O emissions, particularly at higher N application rates, results from our experiments are inconclusive for showing consistently greater N fertiliser use efficiency in subtropical grain sorghum production.
Line xTester Analysis for heterosis and combining ability in some genotypes of grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L.
Growth and yield of grain sorghum infested in the whorl with fall armyworm.
Canonical correlation analysis was carried out to identify how shoot-related traits influence the sugar-related characters (juice, Brix and ethanol productivity) under contrasting moisture regimes in nine varieties of sugar sorghum and one local grain sorghum cultivar.
The introduction of non-tannin grain sorghum in Egypt would expand the market basket of products available for import to that country.
The grain sorghum producer has a revenue loss of $1,600 on 8,000 hundredweight of grain sorghum production.
The sorghum lines and hybrids included in this study were 10 typical accessions of three different classes of germplasm: (i) Chinese landrace accessions of the working group Nervosum-Kaoliang; (ii) Publicly available grain sorghum inbred lines from the Texas Agricultural Experiment Station sorghum breeding program; and (iii) U.
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.
Preferred embodiments of the present invention include enzyme formulations adapted for application to corn and enzyme formulations adapted for application to grain sorghum, to which is added Trichoderma viride cellulase.
My summer garden has one row of kale, two rows of mangles, and three rows of grain sorghum for the chickens.