Some practices may need tweaking to maintain sorghum production
groundcover.grdc.com.au, Other, 08/03/2021, Jeremy Whish
CSIRO reviewed local, annual and growing season climates and associated sorghum production Comparing these results to other production areas, Dr Jeremy Whish and Dr Elizabeth Meier showed that climate change is not yet pushing key production areas further south. Climate change is reducing sorghum’s yield potential, but there is still room to reduce the yield gap through adapted agronomic practices that counteract this decline.
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