Sorghum breeding program points at higher yields

By Lucy Ziesemer
Updated April 13 2016 - 6:16am, first published April 11 2016 - 12:03am
Sorghum breeder and geneticist David Jordan said the future of Sorghum in Queensland was bright with opportunities for increased productivity despite drought conditions noted in a trial near Jimbour.

With the Australian Sorghum industry producing more grain than any other Sorghum producing country worldwide it’s no wonder pre-breeding programs are highly valued and strongly backed.

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