Skip to content
grain sorghum plants in row crops with silos in the background
Cooperative Extension: Agronomic Crops

Grain Sorghum Production

Grain Sorghum production information is provided to help growers in the Southeast with profitable and environmental crop production put together by Clemson University Extension and research personnel. Resources and relevant publications are linked below, and are regularly updated.


Alex Coleman
Extension Small Grains & Sorghum Specialist
Agronomic Crops Program Team, Edisto Research and Education Center
Office: 64 Research Rd
Phone: (864) 992-5988

Crop Production Updates

Publications and Resources

close up of grain

Variety Trials

South Carolina Grain Sorghum Official Variety Trials (OVT) Results

Three cornered alfalfa hopper on a pencil tip

Pest Management

Contact the specialists to learn how to obtain a printed copy: Mike Marshall,  
download/preview the PDF file online (334 pages, 6.86MB).

View/Download the Pest Management Handbook (PDF)

In The News

The researchers are studying specific substances present in the grain that have beneficial health properties for people and do not cause negative outcomes in animals. Read more about this research and other news stories featuring Sorghum research in Clemson's Newsstand.

News Articles on Sorghum
sorghum plants in a field
Land-grant press by Clemson Extension

Peer-Reviewed Articles

The Land-Grant Press publishing program is expanding offerings with additional publication series dedicated to the needs of various Cooperative Extension and University audiences. The Land-Grant Press mission is to provide science-based, peer-reviewed scholarly work for the purpose of practical application.

View Grain Sorghum Publications
Cooperative Extension Agronomic Crops
Cooperative Extension Agronomic Crops | 103 Barre Hall Clemson, SC 29634