The simple fact is, growing Sorghum is good for the planet. Its increased organic matter builds soil health by retaining moisture and nutrients. As the resource-conserving ingredient, it requires 30% less water than other grains to thrive. To put that in perspective, 91% of Sorghum acres receive adequate moisture through rain, resulting in 1.5 trillion gallons of irrigation water savings per year — the same amount of water that flows over Niagara Falls every three weeks.
Food, pet food, feed and energy industries can all benefit from sorghum’s ability to give more than it takes.