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Katie Micik DTN Markets Editor
Tue Jul 21, 2015 02:40 PM CDT

This week, reporter Emily Unglesbee and I take broader look at what it will take for grain sorghum to increase its share of farmers' crop mixes and become a 1 billion bushel crop. There are some important hurdles sorghum will have to face if it's going to get there, with maintaining profitability and strong markets at the top of that list, followed by better weed and insect management. Its drought tolerance and ability to perform on marginal land helps it out, too.

One thing we don't dive into in detail in this week's series is that sorghum is a non-genetically ...

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