Sorghum can be grown in semiarid temperate and tropical environments an energy crop to produce heat and electricity and also first and second generation bioethanol. This plant is native of Central Africa and is characterised by a C4 photosynthetic pathway and thus could use high temperatures and high radiation intensity of Mediterranean environment (Cosentino, 1996).

Crop Physiology of different Genotypes of Sorghum (Sorghum Bicolor(L.) Moench) in South of Italy

COPANI, Venera;COSENTINO, Salvatore
2008

Abstract

Sorghum can be grown in semiarid temperate and tropical environments an energy crop to produce heat and electricity and also first and second generation bioethanol. This plant is native of Central Africa and is characterised by a C4 photosynthetic pathway and thus could use high temperatures and high radiation intensity of Mediterranean environment (Cosentino, 1996).
Sorghum bicolor
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