Sorghum to $230/t

By Mark Griggs
Updated December 31 2015 - 10:40am, first published December 13 2012 - 4:00am
It wasn't so much the dry weather, but the opportunity to increase the area to winter crops because of a full moisture profile which resulted in John Single only planting 600 hectares of Tiger grain sorghum at “Narratigah”, Coonamble, this summer.
It wasn't so much the dry weather, but the opportunity to increase the area to winter crops because of a full moisture profile which resulted in John Single only planting 600 hectares of Tiger grain sorghum at “Narratigah”, Coonamble, this summer.

SO FAR, it’s a less than average year for sorghum planting and if most growing areas haven’t had rain by Christmas, there will be a solid production shortfall this season.

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