Time Ticking for Secondary Sorghum Crop Planting
Growers in the southwest have about three weeks left to plant
Prolonged drought has created countless moments of indecision for South Plains cotton farmers about the viability of their cotton crop, dryland as well as irrigated and drip, forcing growers to decide whether to leave their parched cotton ground fallow or roll the dice, and plant a secondary crop such as grain sorghum, reports Southwest Farm Press.
But if producers are betting on haygrazer or sorghum, John Duff, National Sorghum Producers strategic business director, says growers need to make that decision quickly.
Growers have about three weeks left to plant sorghum.