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African farmers helping to grow quality seed for ‘neglected’ crops

Christopher Bendana | 
Though Uganda has some of the lowest agricultural productivity in the world, efforts to bring smallholder farmer groups into the ...
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CRISPR could help immunize Africa’s staple crop sorghum against destructive witchweed parasite

Gail McCormick | 
Sorghum crops in areas where the agricultural parasite striga, also known as witchweed, is common are more likely to have ...
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Naturally drought-tolerant sorghum could help develop crops better suited to changing climate

A new study led by scientists from the University of California Berkeley reveals how sorghum plants control its genome  - switching ...
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CRISPR-edited sorghum could provide needed protein to 500 million people in Sub-Saharan Africa

Mark Phelps | 
RESEARCHERS have achieved a major breakthrough in sorghum, elevating the protein of the globally important cereal crop from 9-10 per ...

Sorghum gene could help cut massive crop damage caused by birds without harming them

A single gene in sorghum controls bird feeding behavior by simultaneously regulating the production of bad-tasting molecules and attractive volatiles, ...
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Declining diversity of sorghum, world’s fifth most important cereal crop, could threaten Africa’s food security

The diversity of the crop Sorghum, a cereal used to make alcoholic drinks, has been decreasing over time due to ...
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