Grain sorghum has long been the stepchild of commodity crops. Now, the stepsister crop is stepping out.
Largely relegated to regions and soils not suited to corn or soybeans, grain sorghum has received limited research support, has had to battle for respect from policy makers, and has struggled to hang on to acreage. In true fairytale fashion, however, grain sorghum has finally made its way into the dance.
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