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2011-09-27 14:31:43

A sorghum hybrid that does not flower and accumulates as much as three times the amount of stem and leaf matter may help the bioenergy industry.

2011-06-03 10:00:00

MINNETONKA, Minn., June 3, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Syngenta in North America today announced an agreement with Golden Acres Genetics, Ltd., Waco, Tex., to transfer all existing Syngenta sorghum seed inventory to Golden Acres effective as of June 3, 2011.

2011-04-07 00:00:27

Sorghum and sorghum flour provide a healthy gluten-free, whole grain option Lubbock, TX (PRWEB) April 6, 2011 With the U.S.

2011-02-11 00:00:45

Increasing agricultural productivity, improving food quality and achieving long-term food security will require science and collaboration to address dramatic global population challenges, DuPont Chair and CEO Ellen Kullman told members of the Chief Executives’ Club of Boston. Boston (Vocus/PRWEB) February 10, 2011 Increasing agricultural productivity, improving food quality and achieving long-term food security will require science and collaboration to address dramatic global...

2010-12-20 09:00:00

SAO PAULO, Dec. 20, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Ceres, a leading developer of bioenergy crops, has appointed William Burnquist as the general manager of its operations in Brazil.

2010-11-10 18:03:38

Conversion of sorghum grass to ethanol has increased with the interest in renewable fuel sources.

2010-11-01 23:19:57

GMOs, or Genetically Modified Organisms, may raise concerns of genes escaping from crops and having unknown effects on natural, wild species.

2010-09-13 12:11:24

A new University of Georgia study has found that select varieties of sorghum bran have greater antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties than well-known foods such as blueberries and pomegranates.

2010-09-13 12:10:02

Apply today's chemicals to a sorghum crop for grass control and the sorghum will be killed off also.


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