Sarah Meyssonnier of Reuters reports on French sorghum production.
- While representing an undersized share of the market, sorghum could play an important role in the future of agriculture.
- Since 2016 French sorghum production has increased by almost 200,000 tons annually.
- The plant is more drought resistant than wheat and requires fewer fertilizers and water to grow, an important attribute as global temperatures rise.
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