Summer forage workshop will help producers establish healthy pastures that can sustain a hot, dry summer.
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Sweet sorghum is great for moonshine and might be a promising Missouri-made biofuel
The corn-like grass, which can grow to 12 feet, shows promise as a source of ethanol, said Gene Stevens, MU College of Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources extension associate professor. He is evaluating initial research results on ways to genetically adapt a plant that is not normally productive in Missouri to create something that could serve as a homegrown source of alternative fuel.