Herbicide resistant sorghum hybrids would solve critical production problem

Smith, Ron
January 2010
Southwest Farm Press;1/14/2010, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the herbicide resistant sorghum hybrids which is a solution of the critical production problem among grain sorghum producers in the U.S. Kassim Al-Khatib of Kansas State University, states that non-genetically modified hybrids (GMO) sorghum hybrids could be as close as 2010, depending on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) clearance. He adds that different values will be brought with the resistance of each of the herbicide classes.


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