A gene could double the yield of corn-alternative livestock feed
food security Crops Sorghum

A gene could double the yield of corn-alternative livestock feed

Dr ASM Mainul Hasan
Dr ASM Mainul Hasan

In 10 seconds? With global food prices up by a third in September 2021, there is a need to find viable solutions to produce more at lower costs. Scientists have recently identified a gene in sorghum that could double the grain numbers in the plant used in food production and animal feed.

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