Development Of Precision Agricultural Production Methods For Sorghum Yield And Quality Using Variable-Rate Irrigation

The natural drought tolerance of sorghum makes it a more sustainable grain option than maize for food, feed, alcoholic beverages, and biofuels end uses. Nevada producers have been growing older varieties of forage-type sorghum for many years, but grain sorghum is emerging as a high-value domestic crop that can fill profitable specialty markets for non-GMO, gluten-free food, snacks, and craft brewing and distilling. (full article)