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Of all the major crops grown in the United States, grain sorghum clearly has the widest range of seeding rates. Depending on the region of the country, and to a lesser extent within a region, seeding rates can vary from 20,000 to 120,000 seeds per acre.

Two experienced sorghum agronomists, even from the same region, are likely to offer two different recommendations for any given set of conditions, largely due to the ability of the sorghum plant to adapt to its environment.

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The 2020 Soil Health U and Trade Show is this Wednesday and Thursday, Jan. 22 and 23, at the Tony’s Pizza Events Center, Salina, Kansas. The event, hosted by High Plains Journal, will offer many opportunities for producers to dig in and learn about regenerative agriculture, the carbon cycle, cover crops and plant diversity. Register now at