Sorghum, the grain of the future, is drought resistant, is gluten free and provides forage and grains for livestock.
Sorghum is versatile and offers the world an alternative to other grains and cereals for both human and animal feed.

May 31, 2016

The genetic gain game

The integrated combination of plant breeding and agronomic research has a long and impressive record of generating increased crop productivity. These gains have to a large […]
May 13, 2016

Sorghum Field Day – April 2016

The DAF/QAAFI Australian Sorghum Research Group (AusSoRGM) field meeting was recently held on Friday the 15th of April, and was attended by more than 40 eager […]
April 18, 2016

How sorghum became Queensland’s top crop

The sorghum story is a strong example of what is possible when there is significant targeted investment in breeding and agronomic research, and a long-term commitment […]
April 18, 2016

All-seeing ‘tractor’ takes crop science to the future

There is not much left to be known about a new sorghum plant ‘on trial’ after being straddled by the Gekko phenotyping tractor – an all-seeing […]