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Hessisches Ministerium für Umwelt, Klimaschutz, Landwirtschaft und Verbraucherschutz
Mainzer Straße 80
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Sorghum for grain use in Hesse: Establishment of new locally adapted varieties
To adapt to climate change and increase biodiversity, it is necessary to establish new, robust crops in local agriculture. Sorghum is a drought-tolerant, versatile crop with numerous agro-ecological advantages, which can also represent a risk hedge for Hessian farmers during drought events. The aim of the project is therefore to develop stress-tolerant and locally adapted grain sorghum varieties. These varieties will contribute to increasing biodiversity in agriculture and will be used as represent an important innovation for Hesse, both as high-quality animal feed and as gluten-free food.
Results and the Final report will be found here, as soon as the project is completed.
Results and the final report will be found here, as soon as the project is completed.
Rural development 2014-2020
Professur für Pflanzenzüchtung, Justus-Liebig-Universität-Gießen
Phone: 0641 / 9937443