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Coming to a Field Near You

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Coming to a Field Near You

Coming to a Field Near You

First-ever native trait for grain sorghum is now under development DuPont Company is now developing the first-ever native trait for grain sorghum, and it could reach U.S. farmers’ fields as early as 2016.

The trait, named Inzen, was identified by sorghum breeders at Kansas State University (K-State). Inzen is a non-genetically modified trait, meaning it will not be subject to the regulations…

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Eve (at The Gluten Free Brewery)

Eve (at The Gluten Free Brewery)

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Another one of those weekends.  (at The Grekin Farm)

Another one of those weekends. (at The Grekin Farm)

Sorghum Beer Across Cultures

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Sorghum Beer Across Cultures

Sorghum Beer Across Cultures

Sorghum Beer is a cross-cultural experience. In the USA, most beer is crafted with barley, wheat, or oats in varying proportions, but rarely do brewers step outside the box to experiment with grains indigenous to other countries. What was learned at Siebel or Weihenstephan remains the foundation of their recipe – Reinheitsgebot, with small variations. European Pilsner calls to them, with the…

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Happy Cat (at Binghamton, NY, USA)

Happy Cat (at Binghamton, NY, USA)

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What kind of grain is sorghum?
The grain sorghum Sorghum is a local grain that is grown predominantly in the semi-arid savannah and grassland areas of Northern Nigeria and other parts of the world.

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What kind of grain is sorghum?

The grain sorghum Sorghum is a local grain that is grown predominantly in the semi-arid savannah and grassland areas of Northern Nigeria and other parts of the world.

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Eumorpha Pandorus in the hood. (at Binghamton, NY, USA)

Eumorpha Pandorus in the hood. (at Binghamton, NY, USA)

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Just the other day…  (at The Gluten Free Brewery)

Just the other day… (at The Gluten Free Brewery)

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Prior to the World Cup, Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil promised to sponsor the surgeries of 11 Brazilian children in need as part of the BigShoe charity campaign. But now that Germany has won the World Cup, Ozil has announced that he will sponsor the surgeries of 23 children — one for every member of the German squad — to show his thanks for the host nation’s hospitality throughout the tournament.

Prior to the World Cup, Germany midfielder Mesut Ozil promised to sponsor the surgeries of 11 Brazilian children in need as part of the BigShoe charity campaign. But now that Germany has won the World Cup, Ozil has announced that he will sponsor the surgeries of 23 children — one for every member of the German squad — to show his thanks for the host nation’s hospitality throughout the tournament.