Sorghum midge uptick prompts scoting courses

Staff Writer

This year, producers planted about 90,000 acres of grain sorghum throughout the state. Early plantings have been affected more than usual by the sorghum midge, an insect that feeds on plants while they are in bloom. (Submitted photo)This year, producers planted about 90,000 acres of grain sorghum throughout the state. Early plantings have been affected more than usual by the sorghum midge, an insect that feeds on plants while they are in bloom. (Submitted photo)

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