Japan Agreement Creates Opportunity for U.S. Sorghum Farmers

Japan Agreement Creates Opportunity for U.S. Sorghum Farmers

Read the original article in News Dakota by Todd Ingstad U.S. President Donald Trump and Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe signed an agreement Wednesday that eliminate tariffs or reduces tariffs on $7.2 billion worth of U.S. food and agricultural products, including...
Botswana’s cereal production to shrink by 82 percent

Botswana’s cereal production to shrink by 82 percent

Read the original article in News Ghana Cereal production in Botswana is estimated at an extremely low level of 8,000 tonnes in 2019, the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said in a statement. The principal factor for the significant decrease is the severe...
Texas A&M-bred sorghum now on the cereal aisle

Texas A&M-bred sorghum now on the cereal aisle

Read the original article in AgriLife Today “We were targeting the health-food market when we developed the black grain sorghum hybrid Onyx in 2012,” said Bill Rooney, Ph.D., AgriLife Research sorghum breeder and Borlaug-Monsanto Chair for Plant Breeding and...
UNR Researchers Study Crops That Could Be Used For Beer

UNR Researchers Study Crops That Could Be Used For Beer

Original Article from 2News by Paul Nelson Researchers with the University of Nevada’s College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources say sorghum holds the answers to the production of drought-resistant crops. The crop originated in Africa, so they...
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