IRRIGATED GRAIN SORGHUM

The following is a list of the Cooperators who completed Irrigated Grain Sorghum trials at the Irrigation Research Foundation.  Just click on the Cooperator name to see results authorized for publication and/or contact information for further inquiries.

RESEARCH COOPERATORS INCLUDE:
Grower’s Source, LLC. * * * Published Results
New – Helena Agri-Enterprises, LLC.
Monsanto

No research trials conducted

RESEARCH COOPERATORS INCLUDE:
AgriGro
Agtion * * * Published Results
Amway * * * Published Results
Max Systems, LLC.
Nachurs * * * Published Results
Nutrient Management Specialists * * * Published Results
Talc USA * * * Published Results
West Central

YEAR 2015
No research trials conducted

Year-2014
RESEARCH COOPERATORS INCLUDE:
Amway – Published Results
YEAR 2013-Wallpaper-HD-10
NO RESEARCH TRIALS CONDUCTED
YEAR 2012
RESEARCH COOPERATORS INCLUDE:
Amway – Published Results
Monsanto
Monty’s Plant & Soil Products – Published Results
Pro Green Ag – Published Results

RESEARCH COOPERATORS INCLUDE:
Agrotain * * * Published Results
Amway * * * Published Results
Monsanto
Monty’s Plant & Soil Products * * * Published Results

 

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Sorghum, also known as milo, has a variety of uses including food for human consumption, feed grain for livestock and industrial applications such as ethanol production.

Most human consumption of sorghum occurs in low-income countries, while high-income countries typically use sorghum as a component in livestock feed or to produce ethanol. Sorghum is a versatile plant because it can tolerate drought, soil toxicities, a wide range of temperatures and high altitudes.

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