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By Scott Staggenborg, Ph.D., Director of Product Marketing I am as frugal as anyone out there. I have frequent customer accounts at all the discount stores, even the ones that sell tools. Who doesn’t love a good sale, discount, or coupon? There are two places in...

Congratulations to Temple Rhodes of Chestnut Manor Farms on being the Maryland first-place winner in the Dryland No-Till East division of the 2023 National Sorghum Yield Contest. Rhodes planted Sorghum Partners 58M85 DT and yielded 164.65 bushels per acre on his Queen Annes County farm. Double...

By Scott Staggenborg, Ph.D., Director of Product Marketing Each year we write a blog that looks at what should be grown in the coming year. Last year when I wrote this blog, we were facing high input costs and drought. This makes the sorghum story an...

Forage Sorghum is a great choice for summer grazing because sorghum responds well to the high temperatures we experience in the summer. It is also very flexible and can be fit into small windows between other crops to “make a little hay” when a grain...

As the summer winds down, sorghum silage harvest is the first of the many fall harvests that will soon be here. Sorghum silage harvest timing is one of the most important decision to be made. All other management decisions may have been made perfectly but...

ADAMA and S&W Announces New System for Effective Weed Control in Sorghum Raleigh, North Carolina, June 11, 2020 – ADAMA and S&W Announces New System for Effective Weed Control in Sorghum Today, ADAMA and S&W Seed Company announce their signed collaboration agreement on the development of a new...

Cotton Pricing Got You Down? Corn Looking Unattractive? Grain Sorghum Prices Are Holding Strong!!! World markets for cotton are depressed due to lack of demand for textiles. Likewise, reduced fuel demand is pressuring Ethanol prices and challenging corn prices. But KSU Ag Economist Daniel O’Brien is bullish on grain sorghum and...