TAPPING SORGHUM’S GENETIC POTENTIAL
SORGHUM offers something for just about everyone. For health-conscious consumers, it’s a good source of fiber and antioxidants and is gluten free. For growers, it’s productive under heat and drought and can thrive in soils where most other cereal grains can’t. And for historians, Benjamin Franklin is credited with successfully introducing sorghum to the United States in 1757.