Sorghum’s genetic diversity and hardiness lends itself to be used for many different purposes like grain, syrup, and fiber. Each year, thousands of different sorghum lines are analyzed at Clemson University for composition to optimize nutritional quality for end-use.
- Breeding Biofortified Pulse and Cereal Crops for U.S. Organic Cropping Systems.
Lead PI: Dil Tharavajah. Co PI: Rick Boyles and Stephen Kresovich. September 1, 2018 - August 31, 2021. Funded by the USDA-NIFA. ($998,510)