Neil Weier, Nuseed sales manager, is excited by his company’s first two grain sorghum varieties.
THE SORGHUM seed market will get a serious shake-up with Nuseed Australia launching two new grain sorghum varieties it believes will have a major influence on the industry.
Traditionally, the grain sorghum market has been dominated by Pacific Seeds, now Advanta Seeds, and Pioneer Seeds.
However, Nuseed Australia commercial manager Andrew Loorham said he thought the two new varieties, Cracka and Rippa, would be popular among growers.
“We are confident both varieties will suit a number of growers, they have a great agronomic package,” Mr Loorham said