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*  Sorghum
FAO Report (1995) "Sorghum and millets in human nutrition" Sorghum on US Grains Council Web Site Sweet Sorghum Ethanol ... Accepted species Sorghum amplum - northwestern Australia Sorghum angustum - Queensland Sorghum arundinaceum - Africa, Indian ... India Sorghum × drummondii - Sahel and West Africa Sorghum ecarinatum - Northern Territory, Western Australia Sorghum exstans ... "Sorghum - Atlas of Living Australia". Retrieved 4 September 2016. "Sorghum". County-level distribution maps from the North ...
*  Sorghum purpureosericeum
... is a plant in the grass family, Poaceae, that occurs in central and eastern Africa, Yemen and India. ... Contu, S. (2013). "Sorghum purpureosericeum". The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN. 2013: e.T44392161A44506411. doi: ...
*  Sorghum timorense
... , commonly known as Downs sorghum, is an annual tropical Asian and Australasian grass native to the island of ... Under its treatment as Sorghum timorense, from its basionym Andropogon tropicus var. timorense, this plant name was first ... "Sorghum timorense". Germplasm Resources Information Network (GRIN). Agricultural Research Service (ARS), United States ... Clayton, W.D.; Vorontsova, M.S.; Harman, K.T. & Williamson, H. (2006 onwards). "Sorghum timorense". GrassBase - The Online ...
*  Sorghum (disambiguation)
Commercial sorghum, sorghum and its general uses Sorghum bicolor, the principal modern crop species of Sorghum Sweet sorghum, ... any of the varieties of the sorghum plant with a high sugar content Sorghum may also refer to: Camp Sorghum was a Confederate ... Sorghum is a cultivated cereal. The genus Sorghum contains the crop and its wild relatives: ... States Army prisoner of war camp in Columbia, South Carolina during the American Civil War Red Sorghum (disambiguation) Sorghum ...
*  Commercial sorghum
Sweet Sorghum Producers and Processors Association Sorghum Growth Stages Sequencing of the Sorghum Genome Sweet Sorghum Ethanol ... grass sorghums (for pasture and hay), sweet sorghums (formerly called "Guinea corn", used to produce sorghum syrups), and broom ... Sorghum has a waxy coating on its leaves and stems which helps to keep water in the plant, even in intense heat. Sorghum is ... Sorghum as it is generally consumed is not a source of vitamin C. The following table shows the nutrient content of sorghum and ...
*  Sorghum bicolor
... is the cultivated species of sorghum; its wild relatives make up the botanical genus Sorghum. The leading ... United Sorghum Checkoff Program "Sorghum and millets in human nutrition". www.fao.org. Retrieved 2017-04-05. Sorghum, a crop of ... PMC 2759214 . Missing or empty ,url= (help) "Grassland Index: Sorghum bicolor (L.) Moench". "Sweet Sorghum". Sweet Sorghum ... Sweet sorghum syrup is known as molasses in some parts of the U.S., although it is not true molasses. In China, sorghum is ...
*  Camp Sorghum
Rations consisted of cornmeal and sorghum syrup as the main staples in the diet; thus the camp became known as "Camp Sorghum". ... Camp Sorghum was a Confederate States Army prisoner of war camp located in Columbia, South Carolina during the American Civil ... List of Civil War POW Prisons and Camps Saluda Factory Historic District "Camp Sorghum Prisoner of War Camp". My Civil War. ... Established in late 1864 as a makeshift prison for approximately 1,400 Union officers, Camp Sorghum consisted of a 5-acre ( ...
*  Nepalese sorghum
There are several different types of sorghum such as grain sorghum, grass sorghum, sweet sorghum and broomcorn. Grain Sorghum ... "Sorghum & Millet". Retrieved November 23, 2015. "Sorghum & Millet". Retrieved November 23, 2015. Reddy, B (2004). "Sorghum, a ... Sorghum is naturally high in fiber and iron, as well as protein. Sorghum also has great health affects; it is a principal ... Sorghum can and is frequently harvested by hand. The demand for sorghum has decreased in Asia over the last number of years. ...
*  Sorghum leiocladum
... , commonly called wild sorghum, is a plant in the grass family, Poaceae, that occurs in eastern and northern ... "Sorghum leiocladum (Hack.) C.E.Hubb". PlantNET. The Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust. Retrieved 9 January 2013. Sorghum ...
*  Sweet sorghum
... is any of the many varieties of the sorghum grass whose stalks have a high sugar content. Sweet sorghum thrives ... Camp Sorghum, historical use of sorghum molasses Rapuano, Rina. "Sorghum Travels From The South To The Mainstream." NPR. NPR, ... National Sweet Sorghum Producers and Processors Association Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Association (SSEA) List of Sweet Sorghum ... sweet sorghum syrup is known as "sorghum molasses" in some regions of the U.S . Sweet sorghum has been widely cultivated in the ...
*  Sorghum × drummondii
It is distinguished from the grain sorghum (Sorghum bicolor) by the grain (caryopsis) not being exposed at maturity.[citation ... Sorghum × drummondii (Sudangrass), is a hybrid-derived species of grass raised for forage and grain, native to tropical and ...
*  Red Sorghum
... may refer to: Red Sorghum (novel), a 1986 Chinese novel by Mo Yan Red Sorghum (film), a 1987 Chinese film based on ... Mo Yan's novel Red Sorghum (TV series), a 2014 Chinese TV series based on Mo Yan's novel Sorghum bicolor, a grass usually ...
*  Seha Sorghum Mill
The Seha Sorghum Mill is a historic sorghum syrup mill in Janesville Township, Minnesota, United States, in operation circa ... The Seha Sorghum Mill stands on a farm about 1 mile (1.6 km) east of Elysian, Minnesota. It was built onto a low hill, allowing ... Sorghum stalks were sent down a conveyor belt at the uphill, east-end of the complex and crushed in a three-cylinder roller ... Sorghum syrup production began in Minnesota as early as 1860 and reached its peak in the 1880s. The south-central portion of ...
*  Sorghum mosaic virus
... (SrMV) is a plant pathogenic virus of the family Potyviridae. ICTVdB - The Universal Virus Database: ... Sorghum mosaic virus Family Groups - The Baltimore Method. ...
*  Red Sorghum (novel)
The novel consists of the volumes "Red Sorghum", "Sorghum Wine", "Dog Ways", "Sorghum Funeral", and "Strange Death", which were ... Red Sorghum: A Novel of China or Red Sorghum Clan (simplified Chinese: 红高粱家族; traditional Chinese: 紅高粱家族; pinyin: Hóng Gāoliáng ... As the principal crop of Shandong province's Northeast Gaomi Township (the author's hometown), red sorghum (sorghum bicolor) ... The Red Sorghum Family, 2. Translation from Mo Yan, Red Sorghum: A Novel of China, trans. Howard Goldblatt," Edward L. Davis ...
*  Red Sorghum (film)
Red Sorghum on IMDb Red Sorghum at Rotten Tomatoes Red Sorghum at AllMovie Red Sorghum at the Chinese Movie Database. ... Red Sorghum is a 1987 Chinese film about a young woman's life working on a distillery for sorghum liquor. It is based on the ... Red Sorghum: A Novel of China. ISBN 0-14-016854-0. Ebert, Roger (February 28, 1989). "Red Sorghum". Chicago Sun-Times. Larson, ... He jumps out of the sorghum field, and after chasing down Jiu'er, carries her off into the sorghum stalks, where he rapes her. ...
*  Red Sorghum (TV series)
"Zhou Xun fills Gong Li's shoes in a remake of Red Sorghum". The Straits Times. "พบกับ"Red Sorghum ตำนานรักทุ่งสีเพลิง"ซีรีย์สุด ... "Zhou Xun to lead TV adaptation of 'Red Sorghum'". China.org.cn. August 14, 2013. "Zhou Xun as teen in 'Red Sorghum'". China.org ... the Gaomi local government planted more than 200 hectares of sorghum. The field, now known as "Red Sorghum TV Production Base ... Red Sorghum (Chinese: 红高粱) is a 2014 Chinese television series based on Nobel laureate
*  List of sorghum diseases
This article is a list of diseases of sorghum (Sorghum bicolor). Common Names of Diseases, The American Phytopathological ...
*  Sorghum production in Chad
... is one of the country's most important subsistence crops. In Chad, sorghum (Sorghum guineense) is a ...
*  Sour gum
... "sourgum". Water tupelo, a long-lived tupelo tree occasionally referred to as "sourgum". Sour gum, a sour type of chewing gum.. ... Sour gum can refer to: Black tupelo (Nyssa sylvatica), a medium-sized deciduous tree occasionally referred to as " ...
*  Arabic language influence on the Spanish language
alcandía: Sorghum. From Andalusi Arabic qatniyya. alcandora: A type of shirt. From Arabic qandura. alcanería: A now obsolete ... From Arabic dharb (ضرب‎) adaza: sorghum. From Arabic duqsah.[citation needed] adefera: a small, square wall or floor tile. From ...
*  Howard Goldblatt
Mo Yan (2003). Red Sorghum. Translator Howard Goldblatt. London: Arrow. ISBN 9780099451679. Chun Sue, Chunshu (2004). Beijing ...
*  Flora of Kakadu National Park
Sorghum spp. (Spear Grass / An-ngulubu) - grows to over 2 metres and becomes the dominant understorey plant towards the end of ...
*  Monsanto
"Devgen to Acquire Rice, Sunflower, Sorghum and Pearl Millet Businesses in India and Other Asian Countries From Monsanto". ... sorghum hybrids; soybeans with various oil profiles, most with the Roundup Ready trait; and a wide range of wheat products, ...
*  Llera de Canales, Tamaulipas
and sorghum. About one half the cultivated area is irrigated. Llera is situated on the banks of the Guayaleyo River, part of ...