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When sorghum agronomists get together, one topic that is always assured of generating conversation is sorghum tillering and whether it is a good or bad trait. Regardless of which side of the debate you are on, the fact is sorghum does tiller and must be accounted for in management decisions.

Tillering, wanted or not, is influenced by three main management decisions: hybrid selection, planting date and seeding rate.


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