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Growth potential abouds for sorghum, study shows

Growth potential abouds for sorghum, study shows


Did you know that the humble sorghum grain is high in dietary fibre, assists in digestion, prevents celiac disease and allergies, is rich in antioxidant phenolic compounds – and yet is the least utilised among cereals? And while sorghum is regarded as Africa’s second most important cereal after maize, and the fifth most important grain crop globally after maize, rice, wheat and barley, it remains a marginalised crop in South Africa.

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