Coarse Grains, 23 Oct 2023
A sorghum breeding program to improve grain quality alongside a project to explore end-uses for sorghum in food and beverage supply chains has resulted in a net benefit for growers
Coarse Grains, 29 Mar 2022
Dryland cropping research could see some growers continue to push the boundaries of the traditional sorghum planting window, with trials indicating there’s value in planting earlier to avoid heat stress.
Coarse Grains, 02 Mar 2022
One of the key topics at the Maize trial field walks on March 11 will involve looking at how agronomy changes when maize is planted late as a double crop following canola.
Coarse Grains, 13 Jul 2021
Heat and water stresses are driving a rethink on traditional sowing times for sorghum which may provide multiple benefits for growers.
Coarse Grains, 12 Jul 2021
A game changing statistical model is under development to tease out the influence that different environmental characteristics have on trials which could lead to a better understanding of agronomic management across changing seasons.
Coarse Grains, 01 Apr 2020
Trial shows mixed farmers could gain.
Coarse Grains, 30 Jan 2020
Northern region growers are contemplating late sowing options for sorghum.
Coarse Grains, 09 Aug 2019
A low-risk alternative to irrigated cotton is performing well in western Queensland.
Coarse Grains, 11 Apr 2019
Cost-benefits of national sorghum breeding effort mainly stem from yield gains.
Coarse Grains, 04 Mar 2019
Opportunities examined for increasing the value of Australian sorghum in China.