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Chromatin and the Sorghum Checkoff partner to develop higher-yielding sorghum hybrids
June 18, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez
Chromatin (Chicago) a developer of sorghum seeds for agriculture and renewable energy; and the Sorghum Checkoff (Lubbock, TX), a producer-funded organization, have entered into a multiyear agreement to develop higher-yielding grain sorghum hybrids for farmers, Chromatin has announced. "With Chromatin’s leading position in grain, forage, and sweet sorghum breeding; molecular markers; and trait development, combined with the new products in our commercial pipeline, we are confident that the industry will soon benefit from significantly improved...
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