Sweet Sorghum Production Guide

Montgomery Alison, Day, Donal F., Harrell, Dustin L., Salassi, Michael, Han, Kun-Jun, Viator, Sonny  |  7/23/2014 9:41:14 PM

The U.S. Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 renewed interest in use of agricultural crops as a feedstock for biofuel. Among them, sweet sorghum has received attention as a potential biofuel crop because the sap from the plant is relatively high in fermentable sugars. Sweet sorghum is related to grain sorghum but has been developed for greater production of sugar and biomass. (PDF format only)
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