Grain sorghum


Grain Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench) is the main summer cereal crop grown in northern Australia. It is mainly used in Australia as stock feed in the cattle, pig and poultry industries. Sorghum stubble can also be utilised after harvest as stock fodder. Worldwide, sorghum is an important food source for humans, especially in warm, arid environments.


Agfact P3.3.5 First Edition

Published: 01 Jan 2005