Sorghum wants rain

This year we planted sorghum in late September on marginal planting rain. We have been relying on stored moisture and patchy storms to keep the crop moving along. The crop is spread across a few stages with the early planted sorghum starting to fill grain and later sorghum struggling, still putting up a head or flowering. The photos show the earlier planted sorghum, variety ‘Buster’, that has 120kg/ha of pre-applied urea.

Hope you all have a safe, wet and Merry Christmas!

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