Australian and Argentinian farmers will be among the first in the world to benefit from new seed technology that makes sorghum resistant to imidazolinone found in herbicides.  The sorghum was produced using conventional breeding techniques rather than genetic modification. Although similar technology has been used in corn, wheat, barley and canola, this will be the first time it has been made available in sorghum. The technology was developed by Australian company Pacific Seeds alongside their research and development team in Argentina. The technology will be incorporated into each of the two countries’ locally bred and adapted hybrids. Grain Central

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