ONGOING Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service sorghum silage trials have revealed that forage type and variety are key considerations in optimizing both quantity and quality.
Dr. Jourdan Bell, AgriLife Extension agronomist in Amarillo, Texas, said the 2014 trials in Potter County, Texas, under center-pivot irrigation evaluated 90 forage sorghum silage varieties for optimal yield and quality.
Bell said because silage is in
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