As we demonstrated previously (Schwenke and Haigh 2016), the initial 1-2 months after N fertiliser application at sowing is when most [N.sub.2]O is emitted from a rain-fed grain sorghum
or sunflower crop grown on sub-tropical Vertosols.
Axtell, "Discovery of grain sorghum
germ plasm with high uncooked and cooked in vitro protein digestibilities," Cereal Chemistry, vol.
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.
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.
The daily DM intake was 2.0% of the BW, and the test diets were composed by 30% grain sorghum
silage and 70% coast-cross hay, with the supply of mineral salt "ad libitum" for all treatments.
Sweet sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench] is an annual warm season similar to Grain sorghum
in grain production and almost like sugarcane for sugar-rich stalk and high sugar accumulation (Ratnavathi et al., 2004).
A statement by the US Grains Council says it is looking to open the Egyptian market to non-tannin grain sorghum
. Last week the council tendered 60 metric tons (2,400 bushels) of the grain for commercial feed trials to be conducted this November in Egypt, an official said in the statement.
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
Major EU agricultural imports from the US: tree nuts, soybeans, tobacco, wine, animal feed, spirits, wheat, food preparations, live horses, grain sorghum
, essential oils, peptones, seeds, residues of starch.