Sorghum (or milo) represents the third-largest cereal grain in the United States. Its comparative advantage is its drought tolerance; resistance to mycotoxins and fungi; and survivability in relatively harsher climatic conditions. Thusly, its production is primarily focused in a stretch of land beginning in southern Nebraska and ending at the southern tip of Texas.
Chief importers in the 2014/2015 crop year (Sept. 1 - Aug. 31) were China (97 percent) and Japan (2 percent).
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