Sorghum is suited to a wide range of soil types, from light loams to heavy clay soils. While best results can be expected from free-working, well-drained soils of high fertility, useful returns are frequently obtained from second-class agricultural land.
In selecting a site for sorghum that is expected to ensure a very . . . → Read More: Recommended Seed Crop Production Practices For Sorghum
Variety for a cross-pollinated crop means a self-reproducing population of plants that, although not genetically identical, exhibit the same unique, recognizable characteristics.
Such varieties include landrace varieties, synthetic varieties made from inbred parents, and varieties resulting from recurrent selection, including mass selection.
A variety, therefore, is a narrow-based breeding population exhibiting a range . . . → Read More: Seed Crop Production Practices Of Cross- Or Open-Pollinated Millet Varieties
Consult an accountant or another professional who can assist you in developing a strong financial model for your business before commencing turf production.
The following lists show some of the variable expenses involved in producing warm-season turf grass for sale as sod. Factors such as the species/cultivar choice and time . . . → Read More: Variable Expenses – Commercial Turf Production