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2011 State Grain Sorghum Hybrid Performance Results


Planting time is right around the corner. We want to help you make the most informed decisions possible when selecting the right sorghum seed varieties for your farm. State land grant universities release their grain sorghum hybrid performance results each year to give growers a resource for selecting the right varieties for their location and farming operation.


For the second year in a row, NSP brings you the 2011 results from the heart of the Sorghum Belt in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas and South Dakota to help make your hybrid selection a little easier during the upcoming planting season.


Have questions about your state’s grain sorghum hybrid performance results? Each state posts their results online at the addresses below. You can also check with your state’s variety testing headquarters for archived results from past years.


State Grain Sorghum Crop Variety Testing Sites University of Arkansas www.arkansasvarietytesting.com


Colorado State University www.csucrops.com


Kansas State University www.agronomy.k-state.edu/extension


Louisiana State University www.lsuagcenter.com


University of Nebraska-Lincoln cropwatch.unl.edu


New Mexico State University clovissc.nmsu.edu/variety-trials.html


Oklahoma State University www.croptrials.okstate.edu


South Dakota State University www.sdstate.edu


Texas A&M University varietytesting.tamu.edu


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SORGHUM Grower Winter 2012


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