Grain sorghum prospects excellent for Northeast Texas farmers

Grain sorghum is not the typical top choice for Northeast Texas farmers, but a combination of prolonged drought, some decent markets and a few tough years with corn has convinced more producers to give the crop a try.

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This year they discovered some advantages. A few timely rains, mostly in June, offered decent yield potential for both corn and grain sorghum, but Texas AgriLife Extension integrated pest management specialist Jim Swart, says grain sorghum yields may be excellent.

 

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