Sorghum research heats up.

Combining genomics, phenomics and modelling, Australian researchers are developing more temperature-tolerant varieties of a staple crop

Half a billion of the world’s poorest people rely on the cereal sorghum to feed themselves and their stock. It’s a crop exquisitely adapted to heat and drought, which explains its popularity in hot, dry environments in Asia and sub-Saharan Africa.

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